A Deep Pool in the Mountains. David A Lockwood colour. 08/06/201307/02/2016 Bronica S2a – Nikkor 50mm f2.8. Kodak E200sw. Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedBronica S2aJebelWater Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 08/06/201307/02/2016
10 thoughts on “A Deep Pool in the Mountains.”
Thanks, pleased that you like it.
What a beautiful place and an excellent photo!
Thank you very much.
Love these oasis sites.
I can tell you where there is water available in most places I visit (it may need a 4 hour walk 😉 ) but when this sight comes into view, it makes the day perfect.
There was a time when this sort of place would be so remote that very few people would know about it and it would be guarded jealously , hence a lot of the watch towers.
Now with the opening of the country it can be easier for the locals and visitors alike.
Very nice – fantastic emerald colour in the water.
It must be tempting to swim when you come on something like this on a hot day. Would that even be possible?
Ha – swimming, well if I say that I do go for a dip in the more remote parts, but (put it this way the less I get wet the less I need to dry before the return journey 🙂 ) But in places like this with a small village near by and when the water feeds a Falaj system; on principle, I don’t.
This is really gorgeous.
Thanks Shimon, one of those places I like to visit because there is always water there – just depends how deep.