Tyne Head of the River

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Another rowing race :smile:

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Thanks :biggrin:

There are crews training most days (although usually an hour or so upriver, and often at some unsociable times). Races are on most weekends, although not always nearby :smile:
 
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Thanks guys :biggrin:

It was actually rather temperate for Newcastle, but the overcast dulled the backgrounds somewhat, so I felt B&W suited things best. I did take a couple in colour though:

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Good choice on the B&W Al, that actually adds to the feeling of the cold and overcast conditions. I like #1 with the reflectivity of the water, the background in #4 is awesome, and in #10 it looks pretty scary since that water in the background doesn't look safe for a scull at all!
 
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Cheers Steve :biggrin:

#1 was the first crew off in the morning, so they were the only ones where the water was undisturbed enough for that kind of reflection :smile:

#10 is something of an illusion caused by the B&W - the 'water' is actually mud :smile:
 

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