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The gallery has photographs of Scottish lochs, glens and pictures associated directly with particular rivers in Scotland such as the River Dee, Don, Feugh, Urie, Deveron, Tanar, Dye, and Glen of Dee, Glen Muick and Glenbuchat.
Falls Feugh Autumn SO20036jhp 
 Scotland Autumn Falls River Feugh Banchory colours beech golden waterfall water rocks at famous Royal Deeside falls taken from footbridge near Banchory. This photo was taken in 2003 and was one of my early digital photographs using the Fuji S2Pro, a camera I had tested and decided to switch to fulltime giving up slide film. A recent upgrade of the public viewing footbridge by the old road bridge has had additional interest by the creation of a wooden sculpture created for the ‘selfies’ as an alternative to allowing padlocks to be attached to the wire screens which was becoming a safety hazard given the accumulated weight. The viewing area is very popular for watching the salmon leaping up the falls on their annual migration to the spawning beds in the burns that feed the Water of Feugh especially in the Forest of Birse. 
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Photographer: Jim Henderson
Collection: Rivers, Glens & Lochs
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Falls Feugh Autumn SO20036jhp
Upload Date: Monday, October 27, 2003
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Scotland Autumn Falls River Feugh Banchory colours beech golden waterfall

water rocks at famous Royal Deeside falls taken from footbridge near Banchory. This photo was taken in 2003 and was one of my early digital photographs using the Fuji S2Pro, a camera I had tested and decided to switch to fulltime giving up slide film. A recent upgrade of the public viewing footbridge by the old road bridge has had additional interest by the creation of a wooden sculpture created for the ‘selfies’ as an alternative to allowing padlocks to be attached to the wire screens which was becoming a safety hazard given the accumulated weight. The viewing area is very popular for watching the salmon leaping up the falls on their annual migration to the spawning beds in the burns that feed the Water of Feugh especially in the Forest of Birse.
Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, River, Feugh, Banchory, falls, waterfall, rocks, salmon, runs, leaping, public, bridge, footbridge, landscape, countryside, rural, Nature, Fagus sylvatica, Fagaceae, tree, common, beech, trees, autumn, golden, brown, leaves, backlit, colours, colors, sunny, sunshine, sun, water, glinting, shining, colourful, October, Digital, DSLR, Finepix, Fuji, S2Pro, camera, photograph, early
 


 

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