Falls of Foyers
There wasn't very much water flowing over the falls themselves, but I loved the impression given with an ultra-wide lens (13mm-e) showing the river flowing out of the splash-pool and surrounding trees and rockery (Farigaig Formation breccia and conglomerate, a sedimentary bedrock formed between 393.3 and 382.7 million years ago).
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|Focal Length:||8.4mm (13mm-e)||Aperture:||f/6.4|
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