Falls of Dochart, Killin

Richard Ion

Lancaster, United Kingdom

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Tomorrow Shonah and I are off on holiday to Killin on the shores of Loch Tay for a fortnight so I thought I’d add this photograph of the famous Falls of Dochart taken last Easter.
This is one of the most ‘Scottish’ scenes you will find anywhere – it has adorned many a shortbread tin and box over the years and doubtless will for many to come!
Despite(!) this fame, no matter how often you see the falls, they are always different and interesting. The range of water levels is astonishing, from a mere trickle to a terrifying, thundering, torrent.
Rooks call from the trees overhead whilst dippers whirr past from rock to rock and house-martins skim over the surface, safe from the mewing buzzard circling the sky far above. Then, the Lochs and Glens coach party disembark, each eager to take home more shortbread and photograph this endlessly photographed view – but this is their photograph, their memory, each unique and each as important as the next.

Thanks for looking in and please do try the large version of you can spare the time!

Richard

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Nikon D200
Sigma 10-20mm @13mm
f20 1/4s
ISO100

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