Category Archives: River


Stainforth Force

I have to admit, I do like silky water shots – it must be my past history as a fluvial geomorphologist that keeps on drawing me back to taking this kind of shot. So following […]

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Now and then …

This location has always had a bit of a tug on my memory strings, for more than one reason, one very good, one nearly very bad! It was here on my first photo workshop with […]

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Patterns in Mud

The River Usk, alomng with the Wye and Severn, experiences a very high tidal range. This results in extensive tidal mud flats which, as in this case, can take on extraordinary patterns – created as […]

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