Photographer's Note

Coming into the northern Breton town of Tréguier, one morning in the rainy month of June last year, the rain stopped and the clouds broke apart for a brief while and allowed the landscape to dazzle under the bright splintered sunlight and scudding clouds. Here is one of the two branches of the Tréguier river on the outskirts of the town, in its lower reaches just before it flows into the estuary that leads to the English Channel. I uploaded earlier a shot taken from a different angle, showing the same bridge and small group of houses.

This strongly polarised shot is uncropped from the original and only some slight adjustment of curves and the usual resize and sharpening has been done.

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