We also dropped by the Berlin Falls but it wasn't as nice as Lisbon.
The rest of the day we reshot Burkes's pot holes although, as predicted, Sod's Law meant there was no fires today so we did not get a repeat of that lovely soft orange light and had to negotiate harsh conditions. I've only posted a couple of pix as most have been shot as a stack to cope with the lighting. For the ones below I waited until the shadow arrived to provide more even light. It's a fabulous place, quite hypnotic. We also went back to the canyon, nothing new to post there either. So, photographic results from today don’t really reflect the effort put in but I have plenty to work on when I get home. Funny things that happen when you are tired. Last night on the way back from the canyon we stopped on the side of the road in a big hurry to shoot a scene in fading light. I was bemoaning that I'd left my tripod in the car & William gave me the keys but as we were not supposed to be shooting by the side of the road I didn't go get it & stuffed the keys in my pocket. When we got back to the car William was frantically emptying every pocket and in failing light we were about to try & trace the route we'd taken & start searching through thigh high grass. At the last second I patted my pocket and there they were. Neither of us had any recollection of the key transfer as we were so intent of getting the shots we wanted and hightailing back into the car.
Obviously there are huge numbers of very poor people in this country. For the last 2 nights we've been approached for money as we get to our car after dinner. Tonight I asked the waitress about this man wanting to know whether he was genuinely hungry or looking for drug money. Her verdict was that he was hungry, so we ordered an extra dinner and took it out to him as we left. It was only a burger & chips but he was grateful.