Under the Connel Ferry bridge the Falls of Lora, a phenomenon caused by an underwater ridge, can be clearly seen with the ebb tide, as shown here from the south shore. This also acts in reverse as the flood tide enters Loch Etive and a spring tide such as this one makes the free show even more spectacular. The old railway bridge of course is worth seeing at any state of the tide.
Location: Connel Ferry Bridge
Photographer: Mark Bartlett
Contact photographer: Mark Bartlett
Image number: 23023