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This is some (VERY) raw footage from my residency "Tiny Geographies" (part of Woodend Barn's Atomic Doric project) on Mar Lodge estate run by National Trust Scotland. I stayed on the estate for a week photographing and documenting 'The Devil's Punchbowl" - a natural feature of the Linn of Dee. This footage is just to the south of the punchbowl, but if you look at the bubbles from the left, you will see that it's very close to a strong eddy and as a result, fish come to rest in the calmer sections of the current below. I couldn't see any of this as I wasn't exactly underwater, I was hanging the camera (or rather pushing against the current) with my arm totally submerged in it. So I didn't see any of the fish which you might see in the clip if you look carefully especially at the start. I did have a wifi enabled app on my iphone on the surface, but the water kills the wifi reception, especially if the water is moving. No matter, I shot several hours of 1080p test footage which I am slowly editing right now before I jet off to St Cyrus in a few days time near Montrose. There are other clips I have recently uploaded and will make available soon of 720p footage but shot at 100 frames per second. It's such a fun camera to use! If this video doesn't play well in low broadband areas please turn the HD button off.

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