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colourfall Dochart

By owp
. . . the colourful scene at the falls of Dochart on the first afternoon of the 2nd Pitlochry meet, [when the rain eventually stopped] A superb meet in a mindblowing beautiful area. I enjoyed meeting all the folk and putting faces to names.

Many thanks to Phil [Landlord] for his local knowledge,driving time and excellant company, call you later mate!

Thanks also to Davie who let me stay in the end. I look forward to rejuvinating my EPZ portfolio with some other stuff when time permits

Tags: Scotland Autumn Waterfalls Epz meet Pitlochry Dochart Landscape and travel

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Richsr 11 91 223 England
2 Nov 2010 8:42AM
like the water movement and autumn colours in this fine capture.
Regards Richard

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Fantastic image! Top mark for the water and colours.
kaybee 14 5.8k 25 Scotland
2 Nov 2010 10:00AM
The levels are certainly quite high - no ...... the water levels you fool, not the light levels
Beautiful composition, the wee bush at the left is brilliant, the water flow just right and some good light down the river.

joolsb 13 27.1k 38 Switzerland
2 Nov 2010 12:17PM
Good to see you back posting, Mike!

Nice work, by the way.
maryg 9 66 18 Scotland
2 Nov 2010 4:13PM
Nice one Mike !! Great meeting you, still to look at my shots from here
regards Mary
MrsS 11 4.5k 18 England
2 Nov 2010 7:31PM
Looks good, Mike, still can't believe how much water there was! Smile

Fran x
Goggz 11 2.3k 72 Wales
2 Nov 2010 7:44PM
That's a fine shot Mike, I particularly like the wee bush Smile
Good to meet you too. Good luck with Lighting 101!
Cheers, Goggz
Rapido57 8 1 England
2 Nov 2010 8:55PM
Great water movement and colours. I know the area well and it's ages since I've seen it with so much water, bet it was noisy too! Well taken.

javam 13 1.1k 19 United Kingdom
2 Nov 2010 10:30PM
When you see pictures like this you can understand why the River Tay is the largest river in the UK by volume of discharge.

With this much water flowing into the loch from just one of the tributaries it has to go somewhere.

Good to meet you.

Alan_Coles 12 178 11 Wales
3 Nov 2010 9:26AM
Stunning !
3 Nov 2010 5:13PM
Lovely capture.well done.

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