Brockholes – Nook Pool

By: JohnnyTomorrow

Oct 29 2011

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Category: Brockholes, Photography, Travel

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Aperture:f/4
Focal Length:4.1mm
ISO:125
Shutter:1/125 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ8

Nook Pool is one of the gravel pits now being reclaimed by nature at Brockholes.

This pool has been designed to create a natural habitat for small fish and invertebrates such as the dragonfly to hide and grow. In order to provide this habitat the edge of the pool is planted with reed. This pool is a great place to spot lots of species of dragonfly including, Brown Hawker and the Emperor Dragonfly.

As ever there are other pictures and more information available to view by clicking on the arrows.

Feel free to leave any comments as they are always welcome.

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