Holme Wood, Wyre, Lancashire

A shot of Grizedale Brook as it runs through Holme Wood, tumbling and gurgling between the stony bed, on its journey into Grizedale Dock reservoir in Wyre, Lancashire. 

This wooded valley’s area is a magical place, where almost every surface is cushioned with years of moss growth and a multitude of fallen trees’ limbs curl and clutch from the undergrowth, adding to the fairy-tale atmosphere as you wander through Nature’s reclaiming now we have left it alone…

*Shot on a Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 20.1mp digital Bridge camera with camera settings at ISO-125, aperture at f/2.8, spot metering mode and an exposure time of 1/500 seconds (‘Toy’ filter applied in-camera)*

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