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After seeing a photo of a friend on Flicker, I decided to treat better this photo, I think it worked.

Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Current River, Missouri

Blue Spring, Shannon County, Missouri. Green is watercress ~ it likes to grow in clear spring water. Water is bluish due to dissolved limestone.

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Big Spring is the first spring I visited on my Missouri springs tour. I was running late and didn't arrive until after sunset so I wasn't anticipating any photography, but I grabbed my camera as soon as I pulled up and saw the fog shrouding the spring. I doubt I'd have found it if it wasn't so noisy

 

286,000,000 gallons of water coming out of the ground tends to make a little noise. That's the average daily flow, which makes it the largest spring in the U.S. and one of the largest in the world.

 

This is a 30 second exposure taken at the edge of twilight. It was so dark I essentially had to guess the composition and exposure.

 

Missouri Ozarks Spring Tour Blog Post

 

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Saturated a bit for depth

This is a combination of 5 vertical shots. I love the green life that spring water can support in its now warmer than air temperature. Taken at Blue Spring along the Current River of Missouri.

Just playing around with long exposures & HDR. 3 exposures (-2EV, 0EV & 2EV) merged and a levels adjustment, that's about it. Just for fun.

Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Missouri

I like to view this one in original size and try to find my lens cap. It's probably in there somewhere.

 

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A common local landmark shot from a not so common vantage point.

120mm @ f8 ISO 200

 

I love my lens.

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Echo Bluff State Park along the Current River in rural Shannon County Missouri by Notley Hawkins Photography. Taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV camera with a Canon EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens at ƒ/22.0 with a 1/4 second exposure at ISO 100. Processed with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC.

 

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I was listening to some Black Label Society lately and I figured the title fit this one well.

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Echo Bluff State Park along the Current River in rural Shannon County Missouri by Notley Hawkins Photography. Taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV camera with a Canon TS-E17mm f/4L lens at ƒ/8.0 with a 1/200 second exposure at ISO 200. Processed with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC.

 

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Basically unaltered - removed a spot caused by a dirty lens but nothing else.

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Oh my!! I mosey like a drunk!! haha The snow was pretty deep though.

Just a crop of the previous one. Thought it would look good cropped.

Echo Bluff State Park along the Current River in rural Shannon County Missouri by Notley Hawkins Photography. Taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV camera with a Canon EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens at ƒ/22.0 with a 1/4 second exposure at ISO 100. Processed with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC.

 

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“What makes a river so restful to people is that it doesn't have any doubt - it is sure to get where it is going, and it doesn't want to go anywhere else.”

I threw myself out the door this morning because the light was just perfect and I had about half an hour to get it right. In my haste I was able to lose my lens cap somewhere in the middle of this river. Son of a bitch.

 

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Big Spring State Park

Ozark National Scenic Riverways

 

On my long overdue return trip to the Ozarks last weekend, my first stop was Big Spring. This place is every bit as awesome as I remember it, and rainy overcast weather helped me capture saturated color in the water and lush foliage.

 

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This is a panoramic HDR image of the spring outlet in Montauk State Park in Missouri.

The water on the Current River is clear, cold, and fast moving.

This is a photo my father took while staying at Montauk State Park in Salem, Missouri. Montauk is next to the Current River and is known for their great trout fishing. I loaned him my old Olympus C740 3mp from the trip and he was hoping to get some Flickr feedback on his image =)

thin sheet and tube ice formations over water, current river, thunder bay, ontario

 

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"Welcome to today. How do you feel? This is what today looks like. Is it what you expected? There will come a time when you wake up and realize that there will come a time when you will not.

There will come a time when the version of you on this day will seem stupid.

It is not your fault."

 

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I have a confession. I've been cheating on the Shawnee National Forest. I ventured over to the Missouri Ozarks and, I must say, I am impressed.

 

Alley Spring near Eminence, MO is full of picturesque scenes like this. This was taken in the evening when the trees and water were bathed in the soft light of dusk.

 

The spring has an average daily flow of 84 million gallons. The run-off in this scene is only part of it.

 

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3/52/2012 (liquid)

 

this river empties into lake superior ...

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A wonderful place.

 

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Round Spring feeds the Round Spring feeds the Current River within the National Scenic Riverways, part of the National Park System in southeastern Missouri.

Argia translata, August 29, 2014. Logyard gravel bar, Current River, Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Shannon County, MO.

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