Tuesday, 17 March 2009

The Stream at Cresswell Crags

stream running through Cresswell Crags

9 comments:

John | English Wilderness said...

Cresswell Crags is an impressive ravine cut through limestone and was used as a place of shelter during the last Ice Age. There are several caves which you can be shown around for a small fee.

roentarre said...

Beautiful nature image itself. The creek is soooo nice to look at.

Good use of leading line here too

Ratty said...

Creeks like that one are what I look for on my hikes.

Mike said...

Not far from my home in Nottinghamshire this area is always worth a visit with its pre-history history!

have you been in the caves?

Sharkbytes said...

I see hints of green growth on the banks, and the water is my favorite shade of blue!

rainfield61 said...

Streams are always beautiful when the water is flowing.They are alive.

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

We have a similar looking spot about 50 kms from my home. That place is called Mulshi.

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Daryl said...

That whole scene looks like a good place to enjoy some solitude and get lost in thought.

T and S said...

Well composed image makes the stream look beautiful...Thomas

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