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Clashnessie Falls

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Clashnessie derives its name from the Gaelic clais an easaidh, meaning glen of the waterfall, referring to the Falls at the head of the shallow glen leading to the sandy Bay. In a decent spate the Falls present an magical sight, cascading over the outcrops of Lewisian gneiss embedded in the cliff face.

Date: 20 January 2011 1200
Location : Clashnessie, Sutherland
Nikon D300 Nikkor lens 24mm 1.3s f22 ISO200

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AVAILABLE PRODUCTS (more info and price examples on Sales page):

A6 Photocard

Mounted print, hand titled and signed, within cellophane wrapper - size 9"x6" (mounted A4)

Unmounted print supplied in wide-bore roll tube - sizes:
12"x8" (30 x 20cm)
18"x12" (45 x 30cm)
30" x 20" (75 x 50cm)
... and other sizes in 3:2 format ratio

Other finishes available, including canvas, acrylic, aluminium, foamboard. Please enquire.

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