Last week, we spent a few days in North Wales. And boy was the scenery beautiful and breathtaking. in a way it reminded me of the Scottish and Cumbrian landscapes we’ve visited in the past.
My mother-in-law told of us of a little place that is beautiful and called Betws-y-Coed. Naturally, we headed that way. On one of our trips, we came to the little stone-built town with the train Station amongst a row of shops. She had mentioned about waterfalls, but we never saw them on that day. Anyway, to cut a long story short, we travelled back through Betws-y-Coed from another direction the following day and we found one of the waterfalls, she had mentioned.
The waterfall flowed over some rocks and underneath a little bridge. As I didn’t have my tripod with me and I wanted to capture the milky waters, I needed something to rest my camera on. By luck, I used the actual bridge as a tripod in order to get the milky effect I wanted. In order to get this effect, I used Aperture Priority on my camera and I set my aperture to f/22 and an ISO of 100.
For a makeshift tripod, I think the little bridge did perfectly well.