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Ice Fall_0237Ice Fall_0237The tumbling waters of the freezing Tail Burn rushing from Loch Skeen, plummet into the head of the Grey Mare's Tail, Scotlands fifth largset natural waterfall, from an elevation of 60 meters or 200 feet.
From the depths of winter, these images record the freezing temperatures and icy conditions we sometimes experience here.

The element Water, when freezing, turns into magical crystals that defy the normal rules of liquid to form amazing structures from crystals and icicles to deep snow.
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