I went there hoping for lots of colour up in the trees but for some reason the branches of many were already bare and so I had to settle for capturing an image that used what had fallen instead.
Nice swirls in the water in the foreground like the colour of it too, even you didn't put that many leaves there must have been the wind.:o)
Cheers Ian, yes sadly the wind had done it's worst already and so the colour I hoped to find still attached to the branches top right and elsewhere were all down below. Before taking any shots I had to wade around clearing the water channels so it didn't look too scruffy. Just before I took this I scattered a handful of leaves in the swirly section just to enhamce the effect.
There's only you Sam, who would think of tidying up the waterfall before taking the picture, It's certainly paid off It's A Cracker Like
Oh I don't know Richard, I recall the first time I joined Neil and Si on a shoot they were just as keen to remove any rubbish that was on view. I do believe a little look round and a tidy up helps though and it saves having to get the clone tool out later :o)
Many thanks !
There's still some nice colour in there Sam even though some of it is on the rocks,looks quite nice actually,especially with the swirls. If i remember correctly our tidy up was at Water Ark,good job Si had his wellies on that day;-))
Have you found your puncture yet??
You were nearly right Neil it was the same day but first at Sandsend and then again at Thomsons Foss. No still no joy so I am going to wait for a dry day and then fill them from inside and watch to see if any water comes out :o)
Cheers ! :o)
Can't you remember Si removing the branch at Water Ark, he crossed over and went near to the bridge pushed it downstream and you and i pulled it out.
Sounds like a tricky job mate,give me a shout if you need a hand.
Yes you're right mate. when you said Water Ark I automatically thought of the waterfall not up near the bridge where he went splodging.:o)
I'll shout up if I need thee mate ;-)
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