The River Clyde flows past my home town of Lanark in Scotland and, a couple of miles upstream from where I used to live, passes over two spectacular waterfalls. Bonnington Linn is the upper of the two, Corra Linn being the other. Whenever I am home, I make a point of taking the walk from New Lanark up to Bonnington Linn and across the hydro-electric dam that sits about 100 yards upstream from the waterfall. I spent many a fun afternoon wandering along both banks of the river in this area as a photography-obsessed teenager shooting FP4. Looking back, though, I can only think of a single decent picture I got from those days. I guess we live and learn.
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