NN6022 : Potholes, Edinample

near to Edinample, Stirling, Great Britain

Potholes, Edinample.
Potholes, Edinample.
The gorge of the Edinample burn, halfway down the falls. Following the great flood of August 2004, the mica schist is cleaned and shiny, showing off the potholes formed by swirling stones over long periods of time.
The flood weakened the edges of the gorge. Visitors should take great care. This photo was taken at a risk which I now feel was unacceptable, having later seen the state of the overhangs on the opposite bank.
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Sunday, 18 September, 2005   (more nearby)
Monday, 19 September, 2005
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