The UK isn't blessed with a large amount of spectacular waterfalls, but High Force near the source of the river Tees is one such waterfall. It is the largest waterfall in the UK by volume (not the tallest). It is 71ft tall.
I wanted to capture the vivid contrast between the foaming white water and the dark Whinstone (a type of dolerite and part of the 'Whin Sill'). The heavily overcast sky has added to the dark and moody feeling. I used a wide angle lens at a small aperture to capture the maximum depth and detail. This has helped to bring out the detail in the rocks, water and clouds.
The waterfall was painted in 1816 by J. M. W. Turner.
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