This was taken in the Lake District after one of the driest springs on record. The rocks you see in the image should be at least 45 centimetres under the surface of the river at the time this was taken in the middle of May. The sky was quite overcast and so I placed a two stop neutral density filter on the lens, stopped down to f/22 and managed to achieve a shutter speed of 1/2 second. It was just enough to give the water a soft flowing affect, without taking away all of its form. Taken with an Olympus E-410 and a 40-150, f4.0/5.6 zoom lens.