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Broken Scar Weir, River Tees New Years Day, 2012. ( 3 FT's) by Ian Alex Blease
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Running in full winter spate, the River Tees surges over Broken Scar Weir on a cloudy windy New Year’s Day.

Location: Darlington,County Durham, England.

Canon 550D 18-55 EF-S Lens @ F11.

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river, tees, weir, broken, scar, water, motion, spate, flood, durham county, darlington, year, new, day, windy, rain, landscape, moody, stormy, clouds, december, england, north, east dramatic, wild

My vision is provided by mother nature in all her modes.

Whatever precautions you take so the photograph will look like this or that, there comes a moment when the photograph surprises you. It is the other’s gaze that wins out and decides.
Jacques Derrida

Book Recommendation: Photographic Composition, A Visual Guide: Richard D Zakia and David A. Page…..very useful as it has much to do with the mental processes, with which we use to see and visualise before the shutter is pressed.

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Comments

  • Jane Neill-Hancock
    Jane Neill-Han...over 2 years ago

    wow – the color of the water is amazing…. beautiful outstanding shot. blessings – jane

  • Cheers Jane, the River rises on Cross Fell, and flows through peat moors, which gives it this wonderful amber colour, especially aftter heavy rainfall.

    – Ian Alex Blease

  • Harry Purves
    Harry Purvesover 2 years ago

    Great capture of the moving water Ian, it looks like it could be toffee! I also love the colour in the water.

  • Cheers Harry. The amber colour comes from peat staining on the moors where the river rises. You get a nice glow where the light catches the water close to the surface.

    – Ian Alex Blease

  • Thanks Jane, the water is heavily peat stained from the Moorlands from which it rises. It’s more apparent when the river is in spate !

    – Ian Alex Blease

  • hilarydougill
    hilarydougillover 2 years ago

    Congratulations on being featured in the beautiful North. hugsxxx

  • Thank you so much Hilary :) Hugs xxx

    – Ian Alex Blease

  • jamesmhe
    jamesmheover 2 years ago

    superb work…full of fury and colour…superb

  • Thanks James :~) River is back to normal levels at the moment !

    – Ian Alex Blease

  • Evelina Kremsdorf
    Evelina Kremsdorfover 2 years ago

  • Thank you Evelina :) That’s very kind of you !

    – Ian Alex Blease

  • Graeme Mockler
    Graeme Mocklerover 2 years ago

    Amazing capture !

  • Cheers Graeme, much appreciated :)

    – Ian Alex Blease

  • Barry Norton
    Barry Nortonover 2 years ago

    Congratulations this picture has been featured in the Beautiful North of England Group

  • Thanks Barry, I’m honoured :)

    – Ian Alex Blease

  • Ian Ker
    Ian Kerover 2 years ago

    Congratulations Ian. This wonderful image has been featured in the County Durham Group. When I was at Durham University in the 1960s, the bathwater used to be this colour, but on my recent visit I noticed it is now just a bit grey!

  • Thank you very much Ian. Very kind. Yes, the moors give River a nice peat stain, which is very obvious under the right light and water levels. Best, Ian

    – Ian Alex Blease

  • rocamiadesign
    rocamiadesignover 2 years ago

    Thank you for adding your work to The Best of RedBubble!

  • Thank you :), Best, Ian

    – Ian Alex Blease

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