Looking or advise on which camera to buy for my paddlig photography. Currently using Nikon and a big fan however open to suggestions from anyone who owns either. Thanks for any advise given
Started this discussion. Last reply by Kim Becker (Russell) Apr 14, 2011.
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Today my Mobius 57 finally arrived in the UK. We have had lots of rain over the last week and a half meaning that our main Whitewater course Holme Pierrepont Nottingham has been closed due to flooding. For the last week I have been planning the arrival of my Mobius and praying that levels stay friendly.
Levels were good and Newark weir has been running for a few days, Newark weir is a series of waves formed over a weir producing a very shallow wave approx. 2in deep…Continue
Posted on October 26, 2013 at 5:08pm
After an evening at Nottingham’s Christmas market with the boys from Wavesport UK we made plans to head North in the morning up to the River Tees. Water levels we knew had dropped off in most of the UK, but we were armed with 3 brand new Wavesport Recon kayaks and the Wavesport van.
Posted on December 2, 2012 at 5:14pm
We have had a lot of rain recently in the UK, especially over the midlands area. Being based in Nottingham sometimes has its advantages. Most UK paddlers know that the River Thames has a range of weirs that at different levels can provide some great paddling. Well some of you may not know that so does the River Trent! The only problem is that it requires not only some consistent rain but some flash flooding!
Trent Lock is one of the myths of UK play boating, a wave that forms when the…Continue
Posted on July 10, 2012 at 2:48pm
Ok so its been a long while since I’ve posted anything on here really, super busy at work. Doesn’t mean I haven’t been boating just no time to write up!
We have had a lot of rain recently over Nottingham and it has been very on and off; This week Newark weir came into play. Newark Weir is a UK playspot like no other. It comes in when we have had a few days rain and the River Trent (Nottingham, UK) rises to between 1.8 – 2.4 metres on the Colwick gauge (…Continue
Posted on June 30, 2012 at 9:24am