It seems I've become more attracted to water than a labrador and once again I was splashing about having fun. At least I haven't started looking for a stick to carry in my mouth yet.
Yes, it seems you have fun doing this kind of photos :) I like this one too!
Greetings from Spain.
I'll be growing webbed feet like a duck soon :o)
Many thanks .
I must have the only Labrador that doesn't like swimming Sam, you have just raised the bar on this one?. Fantastic..L&F..Richard
You must have a special waterfall map Sam, like Richard say you've raised the bar again. I like the little whirlpools on the right balances the picture very nicely. I presume with the 8sec exposure you used a filter to get this effect on the water?
Richard, I think the yellow ones are less prone to it than the black, I know the one we had would roll in a puddle just to get wet :o( :o).
I wouldn't say I've raised the bar here, to be honest I think I have others that outshine this one but I appreciate the compliment all the same. kind regards, Sam :o)
Thanks Ian , as I replied to Richard I do believe I have others in my collection that better this but likewise I do appreciate the kind words and encouragement.
best wishes, Sam :o)
Very nice picture. It gives a better sense of how the stream has carved out a gulley where it flows. Like.
Now how many times have you passed this before... taking the plunge!! ;-)) Its quite a nice spot mate, ok,the fence should have been a stone wall but its there and at least its not a horrible steel mesh job. I think this is the better of the two Sam, and i'm thinking it will look even nicer in a few weeks...when Spring finally arrives.
PS. I'll have a word with Beverley,she might throw a few sticks for you;-)))
I have no idea what Gill has done to upset you Sam, but it's a lovely scene and I like it even if you say you have better ones in your gallery.
Best wishes, Andy
Guy, yes I would imagine that little stream has moved some many, many tons of soil, rock and plant material in its time.
Looked at it lots Neil as I drove by but never rated it from above. Saw someone else's shot and changed my mind, two days later it's here for you to see .:o)
Andy my friend I see you changed jobs, to barrel scraper it seems :o). You'll have to do better than that to make a Yorkshireman laugh mate. Glad you like the pic though.
My thanks and best wishes to you all, Sam :o)
Super range of colours from leafy browns to mossy greens methinks! Y*. (Hope you don't mind me asking but if you had to single-out one thing where the Canon full-frame excels over your Nikon, what would it be please?).
Best wishes, Brian.
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