As you drive into the quiet little town of West Burton further east from Aysgarth, you would stumble upon this beautiful gem just a couple of minutes from the road. We drove up there and just when we stopped to start breaking our heads to figure out where the falls was, there it was just by the roadside quietly out there flowing away..
Of all the places I had shot waterfalls, I loved shooting the falls in Yorkshire as the weather really cooperated with me all throughout even though there were intermittent rain on the first day..in short, it was perfect waterfalls weather and the autumn colors made it all the more special as well..
This is known as the West Burton Falls..one of the many beautiful waterfalls that I had visited during my stay in the Yorkshire Dales. Usually I travel so much during summer that by the time autumn arrives, I will be all exhausted and running on reserve...which is mostly why I have very few shots of Autumn. Luckily this year, since I know I might not be around for the next autumn in the UK, I was really intent on traveling up north for some beautiful Autumn foliage. Whole of Yorkshire, Cumbria and Lancashire were simply beautiful and must be visited atleast once.
I figured out that if I use the image resizer, all my EXIF info get lost with it. Hence I am putting them down in case someone has an eye for that kinda stuff..Not much of processing apart from development in Lightroom.
EXIF : F7.1@16mm/ISO 200/30secs.
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