Small Burn, Glen Clunie
Small Burn, Glen Clunie
A small burn flowing down the hillside into the Baddoch Burn, Glen Clunie.
Just one of those little details that catches one's eye. I spent a happy couple of hours strolling along beside the Baddoch Burn in Glen Clunie, and thought there was something pleasant about this small tributary burn wending its merry way over the grassy hillside.
A synthetic long exposure, from stacking several frames together for a longer total shutter speed (and reducing image noise in the process).
Camera Exif Information
Original Date-Time:2015-07-06T21:56:56
Exposure Programme:Shutter priority
Exposure Time:1/15 s
Aperture F/number:F11
Focal Length:22.0 mm
Camera Make:SONY
Metering Mode:Multi-segment
Camera Model:NEX-7
Date/Time Digitized:2015-03-14T15:32:05
Exposure Mode:Auto
ISO sensitivity:100
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