05.02.2017 Chapel Brook Falls-third level

I am confused about the lack of response to yesterday’s post and wonder whether WP is sending out notifications.  I don’t always receive notice of comments until long after the fact. Of course, maybe everybody is busy or no one cared for the image.   🙂

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About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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12 Responses to 05.02.2017 Chapel Brook Falls-third level

  1. I’ll plead “busy” (with a bout of bronchitis). I like today’s shot, and the contrast of the velvety-looking water vs the very stony-looking setting.
    I’m only experiencing water in the form of steam and hot tea today.

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    • Thanks, Robert. Sorry to hear about the bronchitis. That is something I had several times in my younger years. I hope it doesn’t linger. Steam and steaming tea sounds like the right path…I usually had that with a side of penicillin.

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  2. shoreacres says:

    WordPress can be glitchy, for sure, but I received the notifications just fine.

    I tried to find an image that conveyed what I see in this part of the falls, and this is the best I could do. The upper part, above the splash, has a real Art Deco feel to it. I never expected that a waterfall could remind me of Art Deco, but there it is. Since I’m fond of Art Deco, I’m especially fond of this waterfall.

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  3. I’m almost positive that I commented. Was the post a waterfall? I remember asking if you ever photographed the water in its natural state instead of making it a smooth blur?

    I don’t think I’ve missed more than a handful of your posts for all these years and I always make an effort to comment, If I miss it will be because I’m really ill or I didn’t see a notice. 🙂

    Anyhow, As usual I’m very fond of B&W as I’ve expressed my love for it several times. The lichens on the rocks are lovely.

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    • No worries, Yvonne. My curiosity wasn’t directed at anyone… I am often absent plenty…but am just seeing inconsistent WP response to things. I hope it is always lack of notice and not illnesses.

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  4. WordPress was having a hissy fit. I tried several times to leave a comment on yesterday’s post but I kept getting a message that the page couldn’t be found. I’d just commented on the previous post, so I have no idea why WordPress misbehaved with yesterday’s. I see comments on that post now, so apparently the problem got fixed.

    I’ve noticed that some of the e-mails alerting me to comments on my blog have recently been arriving days late, even though the alerts show up immediately in the Notifications menu.

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    • Thanks for the update on your experience, Steve. Yours is similar to my experience with late notices. I’m not really going to send any angry notes as it is, after all, a free service and for the time being I won’t be upgrading to the paid option.

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  5. bluebrightly says:

    As for me, I was away and wouldn’t really notice if posts were delivered late, since I’m trying to play catch-up! The contrast between the silky water and the rough lichens is very nice.

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