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One from Wyming Brook a few weeks ago when there was still leaves on the trees.
...and no I didn't - they were already there before anyone asks!
stunning shot, perfect speed used here!
Fabulous image! Lovely colours!
Very effective exposure Richard. Maybe the guy who left 5 minutes before you had left them there for you
Nice shot fella, must have taken you ages to remove all those leaves off the other rocks!
" they were already there before anyone asks"
Ha, beat me to the question. So I'll ask another one - did you check if they'd been copydex'd on? LOL
No matter, it's a smashing image.
lol, I'm not sure they did fall naturally onto the rock but I'm not questioning it
How very convenient that the one stone remained festooned like that....it really make this shot extra special.
Your comment LEAVES no room for doubt. Lovely shot.
Awsome, so superglue works in water also!
Don't believe you!
Methinks the lady doth protest too much
I just find your eye goes straight for the rock and leaves, It would have been much better to have spread that bag of leaves on all the rocks it would have made a better image.
WELL THATS MY VIEW ON THE IMAGE ( HOORAY FOR THE FREEDOM OF SPEECH )
Makes a nice change from Padley doesn't it! Well done on the HC as well.
Superglue or not it is a lovely shot Rich and well deserving of that HC.
I've tried - and failed - to photograph this place more times that I care to think about. Particularly like the vibrant colours in this one.
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