A little bit out of season, this picture was taken in May last year.
High Force in upper Teesdale is often cited as being England’s highest waterfall, although it certainly isn’t the highest, it is one of the largest.
It’s no Niagara Falls, but it is still one of the best features of Teesdale.
Welcome to our final post for 2011. As the year draws to an end, we reflect on 2011 and look forward to 2012 with a special New Years message for everyone. Thanks to everyone for all your friendship and support in 2011, it truly has meant so much to us. We hope you have a fabulous New Years, and are looking forward to being an active part of the community once again in 2012. Please feel free to visit our blog “All Is Quiet As We Await The New Year” to see all 5 new HDR images and for the story behind them.
This is another panorama from my last visit to Snoqualmie Falls back in October. You can see the previously posted image here. One of the more dramatic views of this 285 ft waterfall at the river’s edge from just downstream will be inaccessible until 2013 as the hiking trail and river access are closed due to a construction project in progress at the falls. The image is composed of 6 vertical frames of 3 bracketed exposures stitched together using Photoshop CS5.
Sony NEX 5N, 18-55mm/f4.5-5.6
18 exposures (x 3) frames HDR, Photomatix, Lightroom 3, Photoshop CS5, Topaz Adjust 5.
As the year draws to an end, I find myself reflecting on the year that has past as well as the one that is to come. Today’s post from the Metchosin Pioneer Museum continues our latest photoblog series “The Antiques Toad Show” with a brief message of hope and adventure. Please feel free to visit our blog “Signs Of Hope And Wonder” for the story behind the tiny boots and for a special message.