We are continuing with our Autumn photography series with four images showing different views of Corra Linn, the largest of the three waterfalls on the reserve.
To capture this image the photographer used a zoom lens to isolate one area of the waterfall.
We think this image shows how a cleverly designed landscape can create a diverse pattern of species and colours. For this image the photographer used a long exposure to capture the whole waterfall, showing how all the images connect.
Thank you to Bryan Burke for sending us these great images, you can contact him at www.facebook.com/Thepixelandeye.
Rebecca Crawford – Falls of Clyde Assistant Ranger, Scottish Wildlife Trust
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