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On my first visit to the Falls of Bruar, I had identified the photo Flow as a scene for further exploration. The following weekend I spent an hour in a camera photo-shop in Perth, choosing a tripod; I had hopes of a Manfrotto but there was no one design that would take the weight of the large-format camera and had the head I wanted, so I settled for a Slik D3 which allowed me to lay the tripod almost along the low wall with its legs out almost flat. I went back to Bruar after shopping, but instead of Flow I actually made this photograph, "Raw", after the sun had set behind the mountains casting the gorge in a deep blue light, making the schist and limestone rock glisten cold and wet. An 8-second exposure on the Shen-Hao, using Rodenstock 210mm lens, Fuji Velvia-100 film.
The Bruar Water flowing down the gorge, from the lower bridge at the Falls of Bruar, rocks glistening in cold blue shadow light.