As more and more people on Flickr tend to start a "Black Forest
Waterfall Series", I decided to start one as well. This is the
first "step" of the three "steps" of the
Allerheiligen Waterfall near Oppenau in the Black Forest. The third
"step" is also quite interesting (pictures are yet to be
edited and uploaded); the second one is difficult to photograph
because of the narrow path, but very interesting from a graphical
point of view. And it's also quite interesting to try to photograph a
nice and interesting place in nature - and to become even more
interesting as photographer to all the tourists passing by. They seem
not to notice the nature, but just the one taking pictures of it.
I used a Lee 0.9 ND pro glass filter to make the exposure time longer.
Technical Details: Canon EOS 7D, TS-E24mm f/3.5L II, f/8.0, 1 sec, ISO 100, 0 EV, 24 mm
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