I’m not sure there’s any fishing allowed in the reservoir, but this spot is one I would have chosen in my days when I was a keen angler. (I still have all the gear in the garage, but it might take some sorting out!).
I know we tend to go for perfect reflections but on balance I think I prefer the ones like this, where the water is just moving gently and a slightly longer shutter speed gives a more satin like texture.
Went out for a short trip to check the new new alternator was working properly in the car – destination decided as a revisit for a shot I wanted to retake. Took this while I was there – another of what seems to be my ‘location of the moment’ – Thrusscross Reservoir in North Yorkshire. This one from the roadway that crosses the dam.
This rather unassuming building is a Georgian Bath House. Designed for cold baths, it was built before 1824, it has been taken into care by the Wetherby Town Council.