As we left the 3rd day we were already 15min down the road before we realsied we missed out n the biggest waterfall that was just minutes away form the camp site. We turned around and drove back to see Falls of Foyre, a walk down the hill to two viewing places made it all worth it.
We left Plodda falls and drove back towards Loch Ness. We stopped at Invermoriston to visit the old bridge and see the river flowing between the bridges. Very dangerous location with moss making the rocks very slippery.
A worthy visit on any photography trip into the highlands.
After we left Fort Augustus we travelled to Plodda falls. A waterfall that is absoltely stunning. It has 2 tiers and a old rusty walkway lost in time. I would love to return to this location in the futre and spend more time there and this time take some filters to help with the blown out skies.
I packed my bags and went Glamping in Glencoe. We had 2 days of rain and only a short window of Sun which was the morning we left.
With all the rain we were in for a treat with waterfalls everywhere. I found 7 and that was just the tip of the Iceberg. I will need to go back again to go to the biggest one I didn’t have time to get.
If you don’t get out then you won’t get any images. Sounds logic right? NO excuses, challenge yourself to at least once a month get out and take photos.
Known about this place for a while, seen images of this location numerous times but didn’t know where it was till by chance I came across a proper guide to find it.
So got up yesterday at 0420 and straight to the spot, had to bring out the mountain goat in myself to go down the stairs. I did buy a 30meter rope and some proper waist height waders. Didn’t need the rope as there were some already in place but waders came in handy. Water was only thigh high but a great investment for the future.