This boat was moored on the Caledonian Canal, near the Tomnahurich Bridge, Inverness. On our trip to Scotland, we took the Jacobite Cruise of Loch ness which starts from this point. The one thing that I'll never forget about this place is the waves in the water that the Jacobite Cruise boats create in the narrow canal before they hit the mighty Loch Ness - the smaller boats moored on the banks would ripple up and down as if on a seasaw. I can't find more words to describe how I felt being there - so I guess I'll stop!
|camera||Canon EOS 450D|
|exposure mode||full manual|