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Here's a different view on the impressive wier at Birstwith near harrogate
This was taken with the camera very close to the water at 17mm - 5 stops of ND to keep some hint of detail in the sky, and a wet foot
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Super great shot and a very good p/f. Will
been a while since I did any watery shots, used to be quite a waterfall lover, so was nice to get back and see if I could still cut it on ht river banks
Very nice composition and sense of movement.
i dont give comments as offten a i should on peopls work but i feel im compeled to on this occassion....superb shot...well done..regards aled.
Impressive indeed Ade. Ron.
Nice and Cold, these are great.
Great shot! A
I might be wrong but I think the wet foot made all the difference. Each time I think you've produced your best image, you go and produce another that's even better. This is the one.
Congratulations on excellence, maybe it'll be rewarded?
an incredible image, almost abstract due to the shapes and forms created through the movement of the water.
Love your POV in this one Ade - good lead in and real feeling of water flowing on.
Personally I prefer this version of the weir. Excellent composition and treatment.... Worthy of a fifty!!!!
Well worth the wet foot I reckon. Just the right amount of detail in the water too.
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