Black Linn Waterfall

Here are a few shots of Black Linn waterfall which can be found in the Hermitage woodland near Dunkeld, Scotland.  The Hermitage is run by the National Trust for Scotland  and is most famed for the numerous Douglas Fir trees which are the tallest in Britain.  I didn’t have the time to explore the Firs, so on this occasion the waterfall will have to do.  Well worth a visit.

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