Details much the same as the last one but, for completeness, here is the introduction again.
There’s little to say about this really. It is in North Glen Sannox on the island of Arran (Scotland) and was taken on a wet day! That said, there are three facts that may be of interest.
1. To take this I had to climb down a very slippery bank and be very, very brave – so points for effort I think?;-)
2. For all the wild moorland look, this is less than 200 feet above sea level.
3. As I was taking it (and feeling smugly brave) two fit and healthy young chaps arrived with some of those tiny, stubby canoes with the intention of tumbling down the falls (and they are a lot higher than this wide-angle suggests)!
4. (Yes, there were meant to be only 3) The two fit and healthy young men brought many glances from Shonah (my wife) as they stripped off and changed onto their wet gear!!!! (And, no, before you ask, there are no photographs of that!!).
Thanks for looking. It really might be worth looking at the large version here…
Nikon D200 Sigma 17-35mm @17mm