A Noah moment of respite by clickinhistory

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Blasted by the release of the clouds,
blurring the line of land,
half remembered lakes reborn,
a shimmering harsh glare
born from an empty sky.

Taken near the village of Wheldrake, North Yorkshire, England after the floods of 2013

Converted into black and white.

Shot on an Olympus E30


clickinhistory, landscape, north yorkshire, wheldrake, floods, trees, rural, black and white, sunshine


  • calvinincalif
    calvinincalifabout 1 year ago

    What a smashing good photograph—a veritable feast for the eye!!

  • Thank you as always Cal

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  • dgscotland
    dgscotlandabout 1 year ago

  • Thanks DG

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  • BaVincio
    BaVincioabout 1 year ago

  • What a great surprise and greatly appreciated. Thank you

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  • artwhiz47
    artwhiz47about 1 year ago

    All about water indeed. Respite & reflection, I’d say. Beautiful, Ricardo.

  • Never mind the very sharp thorns in between me and this shot lol shame they never soften in the rain ;) Thanks as always Sheila

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  • Jan Pudney
    Jan Pudneyabout 1 year ago

    Love the broken reflections.
    JULY 2013

  • Thanks Jan, as always it is appreciated.

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  • Linda  Makiej Photography
    Linda Makiej ...about 1 year ago

    ¸.•´¸.•*´¨) ¸.•*¨Congratulations on your wonderful feature!!! An instant fave for me!

  • Thank you Linda

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  • Kat Simmons
    Kat Simmonsabout 1 year ago

    Perfect mono shot. Beautiful image, and straight to my Favourites!

  • Thank you Kat and for the fav :)

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  • Karen E Camilleri
    Karen E Camilleriabout 1 year ago

    enchanting work !!

  • Thank you Karen, after the flooding, it was sort of surreal to see this

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  • Albert
    Albertabout 1 year ago

    A beautiful work

  • Thank you Albert

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  • maggie326
    maggie326about 1 year ago

    Fantastic work


  • wow, thank you Maggie, it is really appreciated

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