I like to get up close and amongst it when photographing waterfalls and as a good friend would testify I had to sit mid stream to bring you this view.
He who dares wins Sam!! Its a winner for me mate,i know how the light was causing problems here so good job done;-)
Yes, folks he was sat in midstream,i was on a ledge just to the right assisted by Sam i'm not ashamed to say,my sense of balance ain't what it used to be. However, i did warn him if he went under i can't swim and mouth to mouth was definately not an option;-))) cheers mate.
You always seem to find the right spot to capture the wonderful water scenes Sam, i thought at first you and Neil were kayaking..Like..Regards Richard
Yes Nei though I think it was you who was the most daring mate, you trusted me !! :o)
I hope you managed to get the shot as well though, even with that constantly changing light and the glare from the water.
many thanks !
Cheers Richard, I'm pleased to read my efforts are worthwhile , it's that challenge of finding something different that keeps me interested, even if it does mean donning waders and getting in deep.
kind regards, Sam
sehr schön das Fliessen des Wasserfalls festgehalten
thank you for your warm congratulation
best regards from germany sea herdorf
Thank you Sea Herdorf, your comments are very encouraging.
best wishes, Sam
Love the looks of the brown tea water..
Cheers Lex , the brown is from the peat on the high moorland where this and many other of our northern streams and rivers begin.
Great capture YSL
Thank you George*, it's always a pleasure to see an image go into a favourite collection, I'm delighted you enjoyed it enough to do that.
kindest regards, Sam
F2 + L5 > a wonderful shot! Thank you for sharing! Greetings from Vietnam
Hi Ngo Minh Truc and thank you, I am delighted you like it enough to add to your favourites.
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