A dam that I have featured before – Thruscross Reservoir in North Yorkshire. The spillway is green with algae at the moment, it was quite vivid in the bright sunlight – I went for the ‘abstract’ approach.
The dog had nothing better to do than swim out to the small island in the middle of the river and proceed to chew its stick to pieces – safe in the knowledge, perhaps that it’s owner couldn’t do very much about it!
On Saturday afternoon we went for a quiet walk along the River Washburn, accompanied by our daughter, who was home from Uni – (as she had been out clubbing until 4 earlier that morning, we all thought it might be nice to ‘blow away the cobwebs’).
It’s clear from this picture, that this scene must be an ‘on a plate’ shot, as it has almost identical framing to one I took earlier in the year – only here the River Washburn has lost its seasonal volume.