Here in the North East of England we like our whitewater courses steep. The Tees Barrage has two sections the Long course and the Short course.
The Short course is often used for ww rescue training with a low flow, but when on full release it creates a superb, but short piece of ww. Conveyer belt access to the top of the course means that multiple runs can be made easily.
The following photographs were taken today (mainly from the far bank) using a Nikon D7100 and Nikkor 70-200mm VRII lens.
A very nicely put together edit by Ben Brown using the new GoPro Hero 4 Session.
The Casio Gulfmaster Ocean Concept G-Shock (there’s a title) has been at Unsponsored HQ for the last few months. Since its arrival it has never left my wrist. The version seen here is the GWN1000B-1B which has a distinct blue bezel that appears much brighter in the Casio stock photos than it does in real life. The Gulfmaster is also available in a number of different colours although not all colours are available in all countries.
The Casio Gulfmaster Ocean Concept G-Shock is part of the Master of G Series from Casio, and is build as the ultimate maritime G-Shock.
It was Canada Day and all the Americans and one Czech went kayaking. We paddled the Mine run into the Box Canyon. Great times in Canada.