I decided to take pictures of Vasaristi and Nõmmeveski waterfalls. Initially, the plan was to go to Joaveski as well, but I was pressed for time and didn’t make it there.
The weather was beautiful that day. The wind was weak, the sun shone from time to time between the clouds. There wasn’t much warmth, but as they say, there is no bad weather, only bad clothing. So I put on my proper clothes and I set off.
The Tallinn-Narva road is fast and good for driving, but terribly boring. Straight lines that don’t seem to end.
First I went to Vasaristi waterfall. But this time it was quite scarce of water. Only a few ridges flowed down the terrace. Therefore, no splendid picture of this waterfall was to be obtained. That’s why I focused on the details and close-ups.
When the pictures had been taken at Vasaristi waterfall, I drove to Nõmmeveski waterfall. When I got there, a bus full of children was leaving. Then there was a little silence and then the next bus full of children came to the autumn nature.
I took pictures there with both a camera and a drone.
When the pictures were taken with the camera, I let the drone fly. The following pictures are taken with a drone.
On this trip, I had my new hiking boots on for the first time, and they turned out to be very cosy. I had also taken along new reusable hand warmers, which could be conveniently placed inside the glove. Very good things.
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