04.27.2014 Ummm, I’m sorry. Here’s some hopping water.

Some of you who get notification emails of new posts saw something that no longer exists. :-)

Instead of that mistaken image, here is something a little more acceptable from this morning at Dean Brook.Hopping-Water-042714-900WebWe’ve had two days of rain so the wildflowers are looking a little bedraggled, but I hope to find some tomorrow to share here.

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About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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22 Responses to 04.27.2014 Ummm, I’m sorry. Here’s some hopping water.

  1. Anne Davidson says:

    I’m confused now. And I liked that mossy tree and rock.

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  2. Hopping water looking good.

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  3. Lyle Krahn says:

    I like that water all coming together.

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  4. Lottie Nevin says:

    This is beautiful, Steve. I saw a magnificent waterfall in the mountains driving back from Bilbao last week and thought of you :D

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  5. penpusherpen says:

    I bet the sound is a great accompaniment to the beautiful photo Steve… hopping water eh? Whatever description it’s amazing how water mesmerises …xx

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    • All that splashing over the rocks made me think of the water hopping about…splashing just doesn’t sound all that joyful. :-) The sound is wonderful and one of the reasons I am drawn to photograph it. I suppose I should use the video capabilities of my camera, but that just doesn’t appeal for some reason. It is quite easy to get lost in the cascading sounds as the water flows, tumbles and, yes, hops around. :-)

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  6. Andrew says:

    I missed version one Steve but I’m quite happy enough with v2!

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    • Version 1 is a totally different image although from almost the exact spot but in a different direction, Andrew. I will do a reshoot once the greenery sets in or we get a nice fog. Thanks, v.2 is good for me as well. :-)

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  7. Just Rod says:

    Lovely. If had the feeling of a painting. Nice composition and movement. A real keeper.

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  8. Phil Lanoue says:

    That is pretty darn cool Steve.

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  9. Love the comp in this Steve !!

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  10. I like the way that mound of gray water lunges up.

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  11. The water falling from several directions is appealing. Very interesting. There are no waterfalls in my neck of the woods. Well with the excepetion of water from the lake dam coming out of the spillway. And that is not pretty. Your photograph is pretty.

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    • Thank you, Yvonne. I am sorry you don’t have any waterfalls near by. They are such a joy to visit in the hot summer….emitting a fine cooling spray. And the sound just drowns out the loudness of every day life. :-)

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