It’s Friday, and I hope everyone is looking forward to the weekend – even though I imagine some of you have to work it. I have no real plans other than to relax, so I’m looking forward to that.
During both of my trips to Wales I passed one particular ‘horseshoe’ waterfall twice, once on the way up a trail and once on the way down. On my first trip there wasn’t really a nice angle, plus it was too sunny, plus there were too many people enjoying the sun.
On my second trip there wasn’t really a nice angle. As such I ended up missing it out on each of 3 of the 4 times that we went past it.
I think on the final trip, however, we were determined that something should be made of it, and so we climbed own from the space we had overlooking the falls until we got to a ledge below, and then we went a little bit further still, until finally we had a nice view of the falls and a large tree trunk that was stuck in it.
Well, you’ve seen the image by now so you know exactly what it was we were looking at.
The title of the image came naturally.
- Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
- Focal length: 24mm
- ISO: 100
- Shutter speed: 1/20s