Photographer's Note

Can anyone remember this photo? To understand my title you need to read my previous note.

This time we parked in the car park just off the narrow road along Glen Brittle and set off down the path to the stepping stones. This time there was no problem crossing. In fact there was so little water, the cascades of my previous post were much less impressive. After the stepping stones there is a well maintained path that takes you to the Fairy Pools. You walk uphill following the tumbling stream and soon come to a series of waterfalls cascading into turquoise pools. The turquoise colour is due to the mineral deposits in the water.
The mountains in the background are the Black Cuillins, which are made up of tertiary volcanic rock.

I took lots of photos but it was very windy and so many of them had blurred grass. I think this is my favourite of the ones taken in between gusts of wind. I have put an alternative in the WS.

ISO100, FL26mm

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Additional Photos by Kath Featherstone (feather) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 7646 W: 399 N: 14391] (51130)
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