I've come to realise that it's obviously a time for experimentation, as all my recent images have found me doing something I haven't done before.
This image is similar to "Walking the Wall" (ref 0031), in that it's shot on the boating lake wall in West Kirby using a fairly slow shutter speed to invoke a feeling of movement; but Walking the Wall is all one shot - this is the result of merging 5 shots taken over a few minutes. It's also unusual in that I've veered away from what has become my 'normal' print size - this has ended up being a bit 'widescreen' at 38x16 cm (roughly 15x6 inches).
The merging of the images was done post-shoot in Photoshop; I could have used the multiple-exposure setting on the camera, but it would have been unlikely to have produced the desired result. Each image (5 selected from 8 taken) is simply overlaid in turn and the opacity adjusted down to around 40% so that the underlying image comes through. It is almost impossible to get absolute clarity on the static objects as camera shake due to wind when shooting at long-ish exposures causes an element of movement to come through onto the image; this may be made imperceptible from one shot by use of a good tripod but is exacerbated by combining multiple shots - although I think I've managed to keep it within acceptable limits.