Yon Brooding Sky
This was taken in Bremish Valley, and the river named after it. Or maybe it is the other way around the valley was named after the river.
The Bremish rises on Comb Fell and eventually then becomes the River Till near Wooler. I probably don't go to the valley as often as I should. Its is such a beautiful place to just sit by the river and take photos. I have to say though I only venture there mid week and only out of holiday season as it is a very popular place for picnics. Still it means those from towns get a chance to enjoy this lovely countryside and take in the fresh air.
But it should be remembered that this is very much a working valley with sheep and cattle farms.
On the hills above the valley there are many archaeological remains of earlier occupations, from Neolithic and Bronze Age burial sites to hillforts, farmsteads, field systems and deserted medieval villages.
This shot was taken with a big stopper filter so a good sturdy tripod was a must. A tip if you are going to shoot rivers and streams. Always carry a pair of wellies. It saves wet feet that's for sure
Taken at f13
Shutter Speed 20s
Lens Spec 10-18mm
focal length 10mm