River Thames water: Impression of the ripples and reflections in the fast-flowing water of the River Thames just upstream of London Bridge - digitally enhanced photograph (4)

Impressions of fast-flowing water currents with ripples and reflections in the River Thames just upstream of London Bridge.

Fast-flowing water: Impression of the ripples and reflections in the fast-flowing water of the River Thames just upstream of London Bridge - digitally enhanced photograph (5)

River water patterns: Impression of the ripples and reflections in the fast-flowing water of the River Thames just upstream of London Bridge - digitally enhanced photograph (5)

Moving water: Impression of the ripples and reflections in the fast-flowing water of the River Thames just upstream of London Bridge - digitally enhanced photograph (7)

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2 Replies to “River Flow – Part 2”

  1. Hello Steve

    You are right, of course. They are more Expressionist than Impressionist. When I used the word “impressions” to describe these digitally enhanced images, I wasn’t really thinking of the Impressionist school of painting but just my own impression or version of the watery texture and pattern I had photographed. I am delighted if you think they look Expressionist.

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