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Loup o'Fintry

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It's been some years since I had reason to pass by this part of Stirling, but the head of the waterfall at Loup o'Fintry never disappoints. Far from the best lighting - mid-afternoon on a bright blue-sky sunny day - but the Sony A7r3 handled it perfectly and the composition just fitted perfectly into a 20mm lens's field of view. The wider landscape has geological interest: mafic lava and tuff both in the foreground and on the top of Stronend in the Fintry hills, via a bit of till to sedimentary sandstone around the crags in the middle.
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GPS location: 56.04947661667473, -4.149742116614607

EXIF info

Camera: SONYILCE-7RM3
ISO: 100
Aperture: f/16
Shutter speed: 0.0125s
Lens: 20mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art 018
Focal Length: 20
Date and Time: 2019:04:13 13:59:42