How Erosion Happens
How Erosion Happens
Waterfalls in the River Braan tumbling through a psammite/pelite gorge.
I made this image on my first visit to the Hermitage, just north of Dunkeld. It's a fairly obvious scene to take, but I liked the play of light on the water and in the distance, the fronds of trees dangling down, and the deep dark rocky tones in the gorge.
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Date/Time:2014-08-23T14:08:11
Original Date-Time:2014-08-23T14:08:11
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Camera Model:NEX-7
Date/Time Digitized:2014-08-23T14:08:11
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