You didn’t seek my permission to enter my territory! Hope you had a good day. It wasn’t that long ago that these reservoirs were showing signs of drought….hard to imagine now.
:-)…I thought i would sneak in as we had forgotten our passports we hoped the water would be coming over would of made a great shot 🙂
I will post one from the archive …if I get a moment
brilliant …be great to see 🙂
Wow ! certainly worth a visit, with or without the camera, thanks. 🙂
it was very pleasant nice area to wander around
A wonderful and artistic shot of a great man super photographer.
Once in awhile there is a fine art photograph that stops me in my tracks. This one with all of the fir trees and mirror images in the water is exquisite. I’ve never seen a dam like this one – it’s absolutely lovely!
Very interesting and original!
WOW! This is great…. fascinated me. Thanks and Love, nia
lovely spot – great picture
I used to cycle to this place when I was at High School! (I never told mum or she’d have forbidden me…) It’s a beautiful place.
so lush and green!!!! I visited England in 1985 as a teen playing soccer with my high school team… upon driving from the airport to where we were staying I kept thinking about how much you must have to irrigate everything to keep things so green in August!! LOL. Three weeks later I knew better. 😉
🙂 things haven’t changed
Seriously fabulous! It looks rather surreal, and VERY inviting. 🙂
Hiya Kathryn, thank you 🙂
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