#SundayStills ~ Water All Around #NaturePhotography

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature hosted by Terry Webster Shrandt. The theme this week is water.

The header photo is a lake in Snowdonia. 

I love being by water, especially waterfalls…High Force on the left drops seventy feet into the rives Tees in Northumberland, and on the right, boulders at the base of Aber Falls.

Swallow Falls cascades down the river Llugwy for almost 130 feet

Llandudno pier

The turbulence of the ocean

And the sound of waves on the beach

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  1. Beautiful images and videos Cathy, the Swallow Falls look especially glorious! 💚 Wishing you a wonderful rest of the weekend and much love from our house to yours 🤗💕🐕 xxx

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  2. You could turn those video ones into those hours-long ambient videos on youtube if you know how to get them to run in a loop. I quite often put one of them on as something to concentrate my eyes on when listening to an audiobook – stops me getting distracted so easily. 😀

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  3. Lovely to see both Hardraw Force and Warkworth beach featuring here – the north east of England is so underrated! And I especially like your photo of the crashing waves and lighthouse 🙂

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      1. You didn’t – that’s me having a ‘senior moment’ 🤣🤣 Of course that is High Force – Hardraw is also lovely but that isn’t it!!

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      2. Ah, well I’ll put Hardraw on my list of places to visit so thanks for that 😁 Just googled it and I’m sure we’ll be going to Yorkshire at some point.

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