Thanks Billy. I am glad to have tried this and it has given me some ideas for the future. Now where do I find a tripod? :)
It's funny you should mention Linhope Spout, Paul, but after I mapped this I had a look to see what other photos were taken nearby and found one of the Spout. I realised that I had been there before, many moons ago, and had taken some B&W shots. On those shots it was getting quite dark and having metred for the vegetation which resulted in the water being totally blown.
Thanks for your comments and for reminding me I have to go back to Linhope Spout.
Greetings from Blyth ("Northumberland's Premier Port")
Hi Guys, hope you don't mind me butting in.
I used to have lots of 35mm photos of Linhope Spout & surrounding area, as i went rather frequently (local lady freind) but unfortunately I think I left them with her!
I was very fond of the farm buildings at the end of the road, before the hike / track up to the spout. The pines up the hill too, but the spout bottom is a marvelous place for reflections and shodows on thr exposed rock.
So long ago, so fresh in the mind
But away, matey. It seems that Linhope Spout evokes memories in all of us! When I was there I had gone with Mum, Dad, and my Auntie Linda, who are all now RIP. It was a great day and I am now determined to go back soon.
AH! Would that I could, my freind--Hold on, is there abus there now!!
I would be able to get up there on my trike, but need to get to Ingram Valley first....mmm I might ask Peter, he's got an estate car
cheers till the morra, marra!
Our little Escort is "in a state" but not big enough for the trike I fear.
Please don't think that I ws hinting Keith, I need to get My buddy Peter (Falcon_ii) out to get some photos onhis gallery, he's a bit of a workaholic, i'm afraid, no reast, no play,
YOU looking out for a replacement, or would you like to repair it/
peter does cars, buy , fixe then sells
does repairs etc., he's a good chap to know1
tHIS PICTURE IS JUST BEAUTIFUL, WELL DONE MATE!, YOU KNOW, THEY WOULD LOOK GREAT AS A dYPTYCH, THE TITLES ARE FINE TOO (i'VE SEEN WORSE IN THE nORTHUMBRIA UNIVERSITY GALLERY EXHIBITIONS!)
yer geet good like< marra
I didn't think you were hinting, mate. In fact I guessed that your pointing out that Peter's car is an estate was your subtle way of telling me it wasn't a hint. Hey, it's Thursday! See you later.
yes marra-giv aaz a phone about 5ish? and again laytor ohn if aam oot
coz aav gorra gan tiv rake lane for 3ish,
tellyer wat, ring aboot 6 eh?
reet, catchya afta....mike
Yep, will do. Will ring then and see you later. Chin up!
It's never down skida* I'always look on the bright side of lide' de dum de dumdedumdadumdedum!
Tra for now!
I must admit to rather bad manners Keith as my original intention was to praise your 'Water on stone 1' but I lost the plot! (often happens with me!)
The turbulent water as it rolls over the boulder, then sucks down under the creamy ripple of oxygenated frothy spume is reminiscent of ones life's ups and downs-one moment gasping for breath, the next-enjoying a surfiet of everything good.
The brilliant colours in the wateras if disolved into the blue, like colours in a stick of blacpool rock!-te gtlossy shine on the surface, frozen in the instant of capture by yourflicking shutter, all these are captured for all time.
I have had Immense enjoyment from my second view of this one, looking forward to my next visit!
Thanks Keith ----Mike
Many thanks for your lyrical interpretation Mike. I intend to go back soon with a tripod (thanks!).
Thanks for your kind comment, Epi.
YES, Keith, Ilike it too marra, very much, particularly the way one's eye rolls over and own to the bottom of the pic, only to slide alond the edge of the stone, thentumble under the torrent again, beforeslipping off the farright of the picture, mmmmmm.
Absolutely amazing, mate!
Thanks Mike. I wonder when the weather is going to let us out again?
My abject and humble apologies, Bruce. Your excellent comment got missed so my reply is extremely tardy!
Many thanks, Keith
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