A small waterfall on the Isle of Skye taken at sunset with the light of the reflected sun in the southern sky.
EOS 1D MkIII, 17-40mm (L)
water, island, waterfall, cascade, falls, flow, stream, cuillins, isle of skye
Professional Travel Photographer and Teacher of Photography living in County Durham, North East UK.
David Lewins Photography
WoW! Fantastic shot David. I love your PoV and incredible colours.Davo
Thanks for the kind words Davo, pleased you like the image.
– David Lewins LRPS
You get draw into the fall here, I love the colours and water movement.
Thanks very much Paul, looked better from this angle than the front! :-)
Absolutely gorgeous David.
Thank you very much Lynne, appreciate your comments.
As a waterfall freak, my first instinct would have been to get below the falls and look back .. but this POV is very successful .. I’ll have to try it!
As I did Karl, but decided to explore the fall further and you know what it’s like when you frame it and it feel correct! You also need to check out David Mould’s comment!!!!! ;-)
My kind of image, love it David …. very nicely captured!!
Thanks a lot John, one of those views which you see and know it’s the correct one!
That’s a beauty David, so much colour in this scene.
Thanks for the comment Steve, pleased you like it.
Very beautiful shot, David!
Thanks very much for your kind words Adrian.
Beautiful shot David – great POV!
Cheers Bob, I’m certainly happy with the way it turned out.
Thank you for the comment Manuel, much appreciated.
Nice one David, and nice angle… don’t worry, Karl couldn’t get this high!!.. lol
ROFL Thanks for the comment David, it’s what it is all about…trying new angles, etc.