Flow by Tim Haynes
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A softly blurred waterfall flowing through rocks, taken from the lower bridge in the Falls of Bruar.

The geology of this place is quite impressive; at least 3 kinds of rocks (slate, limestone and possibly some schist) folded and thrust up at rakish angles around the Loch Tay fault, quite an impressive river gorge eroded by the Bruar Water.

Nikon d200; I acquired a new tripod for the purpose of making this photo, but went on to shoot Raw instead; this one took a subsequent visit and benefitted from more water flowing anyway.

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  • Roslyn Lunetta
    Roslyn Lunettaabout 7 years ago

    :) well done both on the shot and the tag words ;)

  • Roslyn Slater
    Roslyn Slaterabout 7 years ago

    Magic!

  • Tim Haynes
    Tim Haynesabout 7 years ago

    Thanks both Roslyns(!) :)

  • Patrick Morand
    Patrick Morandabout 7 years ago

    Very well done, congrats !

  • Roslyn Lunetta
    Roslyn Lunettaabout 7 years ago

    whooo someone should go play the numbers!

  • Beth Oberle
    Beth Oberleabout 7 years ago

    Very lovely.

  • pijinlane
    pijinlaneabout 7 years ago

    This is why so many scientists come to study geology in Scotland!!!

    Beautifully captured image!

  • Fiona MacNab
    Fiona MacNababout 7 years ago

    Beautiful shot.

  • Suzanne Forbes-Murray
    Suzanne Forbes...about 7 years ago

    stunning flow of water a wonderful smooth calming image to look at.

  • Rich Gale
    Rich Galeabout 7 years ago

    super image, I never tire of seeing this type of image, well done.
    Rich.

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