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Yes, it really is named Blue Lake. Mt. Hood is in the background. I live really close to it and walk here almost every day. I took this last Sunday, it was unusually warm for this time of year and no wind at all to move the water. It made a great mirror.
Taken on the NSW south coast, I just love the rock formations down there, they are quite different to what we have further north. Although deception in the image, the rocks the water is pouring over stand about 3-4 meters high at least. That means a big swell to get this shot!
Nikon AF-S 16-35mm f/4G ED Lens
F16 | .6 | ISO 100 | 18mm
Lee filter 1.2 GND soft
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Golden waters still
Autumn leaves fading away
Glimpse of Mallard ducks
Location Mallard Pike Lake , Forest of Dean , Gloucester .
Obviously there are no water lilies in this shot. I'm calling it this because of Monet's famous attempt to capture the water lilies in his garden after his eyesight started to go. My eyesight isn't going (yet), but I have come back to this bridge many, many times to capture it in just the right way. I'm often satisfied with the shot, but I always feel like there's something missing. This shot was a bit different. First of all, I was on the opposite side of the bridge (from where I normally shoot it). Secondly, I intentionally overexposed for effect. This is a 4 minute exposure with an 11 stop ND filter. I really wanted to get a "pastel" look to the shot, and have a very bright, high-key horizon. The colors at the time were just exceptional. This is the first time shooting the bridge with my Nikon and the excellent (should I say awesome) 18-35 G lens. I love this lens because it takes my 77mm filters. Both of my ultrawides before didn't take filters. Yes, 18mm isn't as wide as 14mm, but it's plenty wide on a full-frame camera. Anyhow, I was pleased with this result. 4 minute 3 second exposure, ISO 50, f/10, 22mm, Nikon d750.
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Getting down on the wet and slippery rocks of Pemaquid, Maine :))
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I find the sounds of falling waters so soothing and captivating.
Swiftcurrent Falls tumbles below a storm-shrouded Grinnell Point at Glacier's Many Glacier area. A wider composition below.
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With a cloudless sunrise at Turimetta beach, I turned me attention to some flowing water.
Nikon AF-S 16-35mm f/4G ED Lens
F9 | 0.8 | ISO 100 | 16mm
Lee Filters 1.2 GND
Last in this series from the Lewis River in southwest Washington.
Earlier in the evening from the previous upload...this rock and the rising tide looked to me to be locked in a beautiful dance, which in a way, playing with exposures, I shared.
milky nature of the water, clear wet rock ,tree with red and green leaves with flowers impressed me.
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Back to the archives I'm afraid, should have been in Scarborough this week but my wife had to go into hospital, she is back home now and we've re-booked our holiday for the last week in August, so we are now both looking forward to that
Spent the other day photographing waterfalls. This was the first on my list, and a stunning set of falls. Large, powerful, and this day in particular had a lot of water going over the falls.
Nikon 16-35 f4 VRII
I had a good day of shooting recently on the coast of Fife near Elie. Well, good up to a point.
I particularly like shooting Lady’s Tower as a subject but there is also the lighthouse and quite a lot of nice beaches and rock formations. This is obviously a photograph of some of those rocks and the wash of what was quite a strong swell.
If you follow my stream you may have read about the tsunami that soaked me and my kit that day and this shot was about half an hour after that washout. I’d rung myself out, my kit was wiped down and continued to work perfectly but I can’t say the operator was still in the best of conditions. Saying that, you can’t just give up because of a bit of water. You need to show some perseverance in this game if you going to get that winning shot.
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It's been a gorgeous morning in Dublin with bright sunshine so I went back to the Bushy Park woodland to photograph one of the small waterfalls. I used a neutral density filter to get a nice long exposure - 30 seconds at f22, ISO 50.
Small Cascade with fall foliage along the roaring fork motor trail in the GSMNP.
"Zen masters say you cannot see your reflection in running water, only in still water."
Quote - Elizabeth Gilbert
The water is still a little bit frozen and that gives this beautiful distortion.
A long exposure shot of one of the small waterfalls in the Bushy Park woodland. From my autumn archives
Details: Canon EF 16-35mm f2.8L II USM lens at 35mm; ISO50, f22, 30 seconds; Aperture priority; multi-segment metering mode; FaderND variable neutral density filter; mirror lock-up; wireless remote control shutter release; tripod. Processed in Lightroom 3.6.
From the couple of times we went to Point Cartwright, this has been my favourite shot.
Waiting for the Boat
Just was in Copenhagen for one day , on the cruise . You have to pack a lot in and plan well .
we used the water buses / boats on most ports of call .
This is a deceptive pond of open water...although it looks still, it really isn't, so it remains unfrozen. This just off the forestry trunk road wast of Sundre, Alberta.
Canon EOS 400D I Tokina AT-X 124 I 0,4 sec I F/22 I 12 mm I GND Filt
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