08.02.2014 Goldmine Brook Cascade

In catching up on my cataloging, I came across this image from June 12 at Goldmine Brook Falls.  When wandering in these places, there are a lot of smaller features that catch one’s eye.  Sometimes in review they are not very remarkable, but I think this one has some appeal and the implied movement through the frame carries the image.Goldmine-Brook-Cascade-2-061214-600Web

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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13 Responses to 08.02.2014 Goldmine Brook Cascade

  1. The mosses certainly do train one’s eye to leap from rock-to-rock-to-rock-to-rock (my eye did actually take four steps before coming up against the limits of the frame). I too often overlook nice images in my haste to process and post those which I initially judge to be best in a particular series. I have wondered how many photos, which would have had appeal for fellow bloggers, have been lost to my not having gone back as you have today? Nice shot. D


    • I usually save at least one of every image, sometimes more if appropriate, just in case my eye changes with time or my processing skills grow better along with improved tools.
      I may also convert this one as a quick look showed that it works well in monochrome too.
      Thanks, D.


  2. Just Rod says:

    I like the shape of the dark areas – negative space has always attracted me. I can see that would be enhanced in a monochrome version.


  3. Jim in IA says:

    What are the dimensions of the scene? It appears about 5×10 feet. I like the greens attached to the rocks.


  4. Andrew says:

    Definitely worth showing Steve. Difficult to tell scale but it ‘moves’ well.


  5. Gee you do have lots of falls, brooks, and, water photos. I like all of them and I can’t add to anything that has already been written. Lovely just lovely..


  6. The zigzag path of the river adds a unique element to the picture.


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