One from a way back that sat languishing within my Pano pages bereft of any genuine comment so I've given it a new airing to see if it might find some love this time round :o)
Makes me want to scramble up and down it a few times. Very beautiful photo of a very pleasant waterfall. Like Best wishes, Andy
I can get up there carrying my kit so I can't imagine it would hold sufficient interest and/or difficulty for you Andy unless of course yoe meant ascending the section the water cascades over.
Yes, that's what I meant, Sam! :o) Best wishes, Andy
I'll answer as my grandfather would have with a bemused frown and a questioning volume ascending Aye! (must be imageined with a broad Yorkshire ascent for best effect)
Each to their own :o)
Aye Ian, I doubt if I'd have looked at this scene if the tree and bush was missing, as luck would have there are more falls downstream that also have a perfectly placed tree so the location is one I look at regularly.
Cheers mate ! :o)
Another quality capture Sam i always enjoy looking at your waterfalls Like Regards Richard
It's about time I went and took some more waterfalls Richard but with all the rain they're too fierce and also the blooming wind seems to get up when the rain stops so any surrounding foliage is just a blur.
Beautiful multi-falls and interesting erosion patterns. Excellent photo Sam. Regards Derek
A beautiful landscape, very well taken - Hello from Athens
Derek & Christos, thank you both so much for your lovely comments, I am delighted you enjoyed it.
my kindest regards to you both.
Although you are way above my standard this one is not up to your usual reworking. The sky looks wrong around the tree. Perhaps too much dodge and a bit too much waste land to the left.
Kenny, nothing in life is perfect, even me :o)
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Photo taken in Cray, North Yorkshire BD23 5JB, UK
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