Saturday, September 23, 2006

High Force

The tallest waterfall in England

High Force is the tallest waterfall in England with a drop of 21 metres, the River Tees runs through County Durham and enters the North Sea near Middlesbrough. It is located near Middleton-in-Teesdale on the Raby Estate, just over an hour's drive from South Shields.
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picure of High Force waterfall

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Comments:
Wow, even from viewing the photo, I can feel the amount of energy of the flow downwards.
 
Love the picture, the frame doesn't help it though. ( But that's just me ).
 
Strange, with the angle you chose it doesn't look 21 metres high at all, could have been a tiny creek no more than a meter. Guess the picture doesn't give a idea of the depth. Not a huge fan of the framing either.
 
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