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Falls of Feugh

We haven’t had much sunshine recently in NE Scotland but at last we had a fine day. Too nice to sit in programming so I went out for a wee dauner with my camera.

The Falls of Feugh (pronounced Fewch), near Banchory, are a well-known beauty spot, where people go to watch leaping salmon,  close to the confluence of the Rivers Feugh and Dee. There was nothing like the amount of water there must have been in the recent floods when the water came over the bridge but they were still pretty impressive.

I tried to capture the movement of the water here with a slow shutter speed.

The Falls. I tried to capture the movement of the rushing water here with a slow shutter speed

 

Falls of Feugh

Sunburst – River Feugh. The sun comes round so that by late morning it’s shining down the river.

 

The arch of the road bridge frames the power of the river

The arch of the road bridge frames the power of the river

 

2 Responses to “Falls of Feugh”

  1. Louise says:

    The power of water is awe-inspiring.

  2. AlanR says:

    Love the pictures Ian. Stunning.

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