River Thames at Little Wittenham, Oxfordshire, England by Michael Parrott

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These trees are situated on the bank of the River Thames and normally on dry land. However in November 2019 due to heavy rain The Thames had burst it's banks and flooded the area surrounding the trees. I was attracted to the composition of the three trees, and the reflections in the water, particularly the curve of the trunk of the tree on the left hand side, and it's reflection in the water. The light was quite flat and the water a rather murky brown due to churned up mud, so conversion to monochrome seemed appropriate.

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