Netham weir is a place I’ve been to regularly before. The water level is very variable due to the tidal Avon and often you can’t see the weir at all. This time, I checked the tide times and waited for a dry day when I would expect the greatest drop. As I hoped, the water was crashing over the weir more fiercely than usual. This is a two-minute exposure at night to smooth out the white turbulence. You can also see the lights of cars crossing the bridge.
Photo taken on my Mamiya RB67 with Sekor C 127mm f/3.8 lens on Ilford FP4+. Cyano tone added digitally, but there will be prints soon!