Dynjandi B&W

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    I really struggle with this waterfall, but I had a clear vision of what I wanted to do here. This is my first upload from my Carl Zeiss!!

    Pablo · Ronald, Lapsus+, and 44 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Jeff J....... 44 months ago | reply

      Wonderful image Tony!

    2. APPJ 44 months ago | reply

      Always a pleasure to use a lens Carl Zeiss.
      Great idee of composition.
      Do you have one more "abstract" ?

    3. ...arpi... 44 months ago | reply

      this is stunning! I love the movement of the water

    4. francky25 44 months ago | reply

      beautiful black and white !!

    5. Martijn N. van Dam 44 months ago | reply

      Wow! Great shot. Great how the waterfall becomes a structure.

    6. Obikani 44 months ago | reply

      Amazing water motion!

    7. Les Zeppelin 44 months ago | reply

      Beautiful tones !

    8. Aristocrats-hat 44 months ago | reply

      Such a busy photo - well taken!

    9. CobaltWildlife 44 months ago | reply

      Great use of black and white. Also great sense of depth to the photo.

    10. jbarnesflickr 44 months ago | reply

      Wonderful transition from vertical to lateral flow.

    11. jelteskelter 44 months ago | reply

      interesting shot, no doubt about that. i have a feeling it is a bit too much, kinda busy. i am looking for the resting point, which - except for the horizontal line in the middle - i cannot find. nevertheless, cool shot!

    12. dorothea73 44 months ago | reply

      Great! When I looked at Dynjandifoss, I wanted to have it all, but now I can see deferent idea, great work!

    13. David Edmond 43 months ago | reply

      Think it would look great as a large print. Perfect the way waterfall fills the whole frame

    14. hiasl_3 40 months ago | reply


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