Swans on Frensham Little Pond
Frensham Little Pond is one of two lakes in Surrey which were originally made to provide a water supply for a local bishop. Now the pond is looked after by the National Trust and can easily be circumnavigated for a light afternoon stroll ... it even has a beach. This particular day was gloomy and overcast, but the infra-red effect traps the swans between the dark lake and a boiling sky. The red stripe in the middle is the reed bed on the far shore.
Taken with Infrared Ektachrome film (E-4)