The Edge - # 09/123
On the edge of London there is Kingston and on the edge of Kingston is Esher. On the edge of Esher there are great hills of sand, washed out millions of years ago from the edge of the Great Ice Cap when it stopped at the northern edge of London.
At the edge of the sand hills there is a steep vertical cliff; a true "edge" where unwary travellers could fall perhaps 20 meters or more down in the night time darkness.
At the foot of the edge is the River Mole. This photo was taken on the edge of the river bank.
The water reflected the light from the totally grey cloud-covered sky, but the picture was difficult as I worked at the edge of the light.
Camera: Olympus E3. ISO 200. Lens 100mm. Aperture f8.0. Shutter 1/10th second