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Bride’s Veil Falls tumbles down the mountainside close to the Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye. Fifty million years ago volcanic basalts and micro gabbro intruded across the ancient Jurassic mudstone landscape, creating resistant rock banding down the hill. Wherever streams cross the resistant rock, cascades and waterfalls are formed. Continuous splashing from the torrents can create excellent habitats for simple plant forms like mosses and liverworts to colonise.

Photograph by John McSporran

About John McSporran

Living in the Trossachs area of Scotland, John has a love of the mountains and scenery of Scotland and combines photography with mountain climbing and wild camping. His work has been extensively published online and in various outdoor and national magazines.

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