Small Cascades, River Garry
Following a friend's advice I explored along the river, admiring the geology; this was the first photographic scene to catch my eye - not the grandeur of the river but a small cascade trickling along to the side.
Technically slightly difficult to achieve the photo I wanted: the rain was coming on, the tripod had to be very low on the ground about 70yd away the other side of the gorge, shooting directly through a decayed clump of bracken with a tree branch swaying back and forth in the middle of the distance. With enough long-exposure data, these things leave no impression...
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