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I have produced a video of our visit to Eas Fors. Go here to see it: https://youtu.be/fbX8xprZ-vc


This is Eas Fors Waterfall on the Isle of Mull located in the hamlet, Ulva Ferry. The falls are quite impressive, but the issue I had was capturing a base image since the falls roll over the edge of a cliff and dump into Loch Tuath. Until I obtained my drone I had no way of shooting the falls. Now I do. The falls are easy to access as there is a road that runs right beside them. These falls are magnificent, especially in the Fall, but then again all of the Scottish Highlands are unimaginably exquisite in the Fall.  As with all waterfalls the esthetics are very dependent on the water flow from their source. I have visited the Isle of Mull twice now (12/20) and I expect to go there many more times in the future. On my next visit  Moira and I are going to spend time on the Island of Iona as well. There are just a lot of wonderful things to see and experience on Mull and it is a very beautiful place as is most any area in the Scottish Highlands. I love Scotland! There is no more beautiful place with it's amazing culture and history. It is a never ending adventure.

Isle of Mull, Eas Fors Waterfall

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