We took a trip to the Aber waterfall in north Wales while on holiday in July this year. We were told it was worth seeing but as it turned out it was spectacular. The sheer power and noise it made as it surged and crashed down from the mountain was deafening. I took the shot when a man walked up to the edge to give the shot a sense of scale.
I love the shot because of the memories it evokes; apart from being with my wife on holiday with our dog, it was Wales and we just so love Wales, it’s friendly people and stunning countryside.
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NIKON D60 DSLR
Exposure time 1/125 sec
ISO speed 125
Focal length 42mm on an 18 to 55mm Nikon standard zoom lens.
Converted photo from RAW into Jpeg using Photoshop Elements 7
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