Hydrangea-macrophylla beneath the bandstand in the Cataract Gorge
It only happens in the summer months the full moon rising in the Gorge. In January it should be slap dab in the middle of the mouth of the South Esk River!
A Pacific black duck or Anas superciliosa found in small numbers in the gorge but today the water level had risen over night and this rushing torrent was no place for a sensible duck to go swimming around…
A smile from on high as the rope is kept taut for the climber below…
Seen from the Alexander suspension bridge, there is a phone a wall and a lot of rocks I wonder what he’s planning?
Kingsbridge at dusk on a still evening a few hours before a down pour
The South Esk River is in flood again for the fourth time this year. Here two brave kayakers sailed through the first basin, literally flew down through the rapids into the calmer waters and on under Kings bridge into the Tamar it must have been an exhilarating paddle.