05.13.2015 Wordless Wednesday White Waterfall

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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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15 Responses to 05.13.2015 Wordless Wednesday White Waterfall

  1. shoreacres says:

    I have to go into Houston today, and from the traffic reports, this is what many of the intersections between here and there look like. We got about seven inches of rain after midnight, and high water closures abound. Your waterfall is much more attractive.

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    • That is an awful lot of rain in a very short time. I hope you were able to travel without too many delays or detours, Linda. They certainly are more attractive when we find them where they belong. We could use a few inches of that rain here but maybe not all at once.

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      • shoreacres says:

        We were lucky. Inbound was clear, but outbound was at a standstill for miles and miles and miles. I still don’t understand the mentality of people who think, “Oh, heck. That water’s only over the tires. I can make it…” The wreckers were having a field day.

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      • There’s no accounting for what humans will do sometimes. We are, after all, the highest intelligence on the planet. 😉

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  2. Andrew says:

    A lovely sense of depth and a good perspective, Steve. It doesn’t need words.

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  3. One thing is certain- your brooks/streams don’t ripple, they gush. And this is a lovely version one of so many falls near where you live.

    As Linda wrote above, we have had rain and I’m not whistling Dixie what I say it has rained. It’s either feast or famine in the moisture department here in Texas.

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    • I think feast or famine regarding the weather will be the new normal, Yvonne. Things are changing.
      I am worried that our streams are not much longer for the gushing description if we don’t start to get some rain soon. There hasn’t been a steady rain in weeks and not even a gully washer. We’
      re not in the same ballpark as California, but we are seeing the water levels recede.
      Thanks!

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  4. Girl Gone Expat says:

    A beautiful picture Steve- You have captured the waterfall perfectly. I love the striped effect in the waterfall created by your extended shutter speed.

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    • Thanks, Inger. I tried various speeds and preferred this one. There are so many facets to this waterfall and balancing them all was tricky. One or two lack definition but I’m pretty happy with this image.

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  5. This is so well down ! Very detailed on the top and then,misty and blurred at the bottom. Great !

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