No pub :-) It was once a mill but is now a private residence. The no entry
sign is a warning to avoid the course taken by the water intake for the
I took a couple of shots the week before with that 'other' camera because
the water was really still and the reflections were good. I couldn't get the
full on angle without shorter lenses so I went back a week later with the
300mm which gave me the reach but the wind messed up the reflections.
The mill is located at Great Doddington.
This is the one where I couldn't get the angle:
The front of the mill:
the bridge I was on for the 'front' shot.
Thanks for looking.
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Hudson" <OM4T@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2006 12:47 AM
Subject: [OM] Re: #036
> Where abouts in the Green and Pleasant Land is this? My wife and I are
> to England next month and I would like to stand in your shoes for this
> it is really a truly lovely picture.
> I have to smile at the no entry sign on the river bank at the bottom right
> of the picture. The building at the right with the brown roof wouldn't by
> chance happen to be a river side pub with the sign being a warning for
> trafficc not to crowd out the mooring dock when the pub opened!
>> Olympus OM2 SP : Tamron 300mm f2.8 : Agfa Vista 200
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