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Post by Paul and Lynn Henni

Following on from our encounter with a fish eating Grey Heron, we were back on the Water of Leith path, this time looking for otters, having been told that they’d been seen recently. We soon realised that the water level and force were too strong and any sensible otter would be sheltered somewhere safe. Some shots giving an idea of the strength of the water flow.

The Handrail 2. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
The Handrail 2. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
The Handrail 1. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
The Handrail 1. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Spateful 2. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Spateful 2. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Spateful 3. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Spateful 3. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Rushing. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Rushing. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Spateful 1. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Spateful 1. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Water Under The Bridge. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Water Under The Bridge. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Sploosh. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Sploosh. Photo by and copyright of Lynn Henni.
Watery Explosion. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Watery Explosion. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Resistor. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.
Resistor. Photo by and copyright of Paul Henni.

 

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