11.14.2014 Three Rocks Cascade

Here’s one more from my visit to Atherton Brook on November 1.  This was actually the first image I took on the trip but only just processed this morning.  I was searching for “Egg Rock” and thought I found it tucked down there in the water, but now I am not that sure.  Egg or not, I like the arrangement of the three rocks and the flow of the water along with the view of upstream.  I experimented with this as a monochrome also, but prefer it in living color, muted though it is.

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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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18 Responses to 11.14.2014 Three Rocks Cascade

  1. Andrew says:

    It deserves colour and I would describe it as natural rather than muted.

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  2. Lottie Nevin says:

    I agree with Andrew. It looks very natural. All that is missing is the damp, mulch smell of the woods.

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  3. shoreacres says:

    I guess I’m just not artsy enough. Black and white photos of nature don’t touch me like this one does. I may admire them, or be amazed by them, but I don’t respond to them in the same way — unless, of course, the black-and-whiteness is natural, as in snowbound landscapes. This is lovely.

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    • Not everyone finds Black & White to be enjoyable. I was more interested in color photography from the start and still prefer it. But some subjects do seem more appropriate for monochrome when the color is significantly a distraction to what is being expressed. I have a lot to learn for sure, but am enjoying beginning to see that way and the different requirements for making a good print.

      It shan’t be long until some of those natural snowbound landscapes appear here. Maybe even Monday according to latest weather guess.

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  4. Lyle Krahn says:

    Your description of why you like it works perfectly for me. Great shot. Successful on the first one? Never happens to me.

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    • First shot, but with a lot of looking around first. Most often I shoot into the composition as I analyze and refine things to eliminate what is not necessary. I did try that and ended up liking this better than the ones that removed some of the distant view.

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  5. Beautiful image, love the perspective used to capture the photo.

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  6. Let’s hear it for muted color. I’m tempted to say that a brook is a brook is a brook, based on the similar features they share, but Atherton Brook seems to have taken on quite a presence for you.

    That’s quite a large depth of field you achieved here.

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    • There are couple that i visit which are blessed with a variety of noteworthy cascades and waterfalls, Atherton Brook being one.
      I was disappointed that the foreground didn’t take well with the compression of downsizing, but the whole scene does work well in the full rez.

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  7. me too. Even with muted color it still moves the eye along. Is this the Egg that is referred to in The Great Gatsby?

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