Flooding at Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK
I have recently been to Stratford-upon-avon UK to take some shoots of the flooded and the experience has been fascinating. Firstly, the river took over part of the city and to take the photos I wanted, you had to step into the water (freezing) using long boots. All careful was possibly taken and I manage to survive! But after two ours walking there it was starting not be funny any more, specially because i wasn't feeling two finger on my feet!
But It was worth it and went and in the afternoon I headed to a very old windmill near by.
The session was organized by Russ Barnes, very famous landscape photographer in UK.
more photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/vhmoura
Sometimes situations arise that are challenging or downright unfortunate for those involved but present fantastic photographic opportunities. Clearly, this was the case in your circumstances. Your photographs are beautiful--nice, clean simple compositions enhanced be reflections in the floodwaters or the presence of water where it's not typically expected.
Well done--thanks for posting.
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