Oh the neglict, naughty, naughty. Anyway, back on track now. Here we have an image, which in some ways has some subliminal meaning to my life. Yes it is a wonderful location, but extremely difficult and challenging to get to. Hidden away, this waterfall in the Black Clough area of the Peak District, is a scramble to get to at best. Crossing the stream, rain dependent, can be easy or treacherous. With no obvious path, it is literally, scramling over rocks, until your reach the waterfall. Even then it not easy to photograph and only for the semi fit and able to attempt. The route back is the same. It was a difficult challenge, but worth it in the end.
For my second picture of the week in 2014, I’ve decided to post an image realting to the wet weather the country has been experiencing lately with no let up for the folks around the West coast of Britain. This was taken at Sandsend near Whitby, North Yorkshire and is notorious for its big waves of the incoming tide that crash against the sea wall in the village.
For 2014 I’ve decided to upload my picture of the week from my archive of work based on an event in the week. To kick off with week one of 2014, I bring you an apt event titled “New Year, New Life”. This image was captured whilst on holiday on a cottage attached to a farm in North Yorkshire. In the field adjacent I saw a new calf being born without any assistance by man. It was a great spectacle and so pleased I was able to capture the moment. The photo sees the calf less than an hour old and already it is on its feet with its loving mother.