On a trip to Skye with Light and Land, we came across this fabulous waterfall almost by accident. It was pouring with rain and the river had flooded so that the planned walk was not accessible. A stretch of the legs revealed this amazing location. A friend of mine made a stunning picture in his own style that hangs with this one on my Kitchen wall. I selected a more compressed viewpoint that I hope manages to convey a sense of depth and the wonder of the place.
Technical Details - Wista DX, 240mm lens, no filtration. Velvia 50. Scanned with an Epson V700. Umbrella courtesy of my able assistant Joe Cornish.
This image was on display at the Calumet Exhibition in London, 2007, and published in 'Developing Vision & Style: A Landscape Photography Masterclass' (2007).
Available as a greetings card.
Location: Glen Brittle, Isle of Skye, Scotland