Cow Green Reservoir

Cow Green Reservoir in Reflection

Cow Green Reservoir in Reflection

Landscape Photography

Cow Green Reservoir

 

 

Cow Green Reservoir located in Moor House – Upper Teesdale Nature Reserve. It seems strangely barren, however we were greeted by curlews, oyster catchers and yellow wagtails on route and during our walk. I went with my Dad, who isn’t getting out and about as much these days. It was good to spend some with him. This was our first port of call before venturing down the Pennine Way  – the path located along side Cauldron Snout.

This is an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB), and this reservoir sits between the border of Cumbria and County Durham in the North East of England.

I wanted to create a sense of drama, having had some early morning cloud, with the sun trying to break through, the sun behind me creating some reflections of the water. You can see a snow clipped mountains in the distance. Plus on the first snow clipped mountain there is an observatory or radar dome – not quite sure what it is. It may be quite hard to spot it on this image. However you could see it with your eyes unaided in situ

Thank you for stopping by 🙂

 

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