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Waterfall at Sticklepath on the River Taw – Dartmoor

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The image of the Waterfall at Sticklepath on the River Taw – Dartmoor was shot whilst on a trip to the Devon.The waterfall on the River Taw, near Sticklepath. It isn’t high, but it’s more than a babbling brook. After a year of lockdown it was a pleasure to shoot and to site by and just watch for 30 mins. The valley that it runs through a magical with the breeze running through the trees and birds singing up in the branches.

The image is essentially a snap, as I didn’t have tripod with with me. It really was that dappled and green. Between the leaves, and the moss and the and the water green is a pervading throughout the shot. There’s so much green it’s bouncing off the rocks.

You can see more shots of the Devon trip in the Dartmoor Folio here

Find more information about walking on Dartmoor here

I hope you enjoy viewing the image – Colin