08.16.2018 The Third Dean Brook Cascade Composition

I guess you could accuse me of milking this cascade, but it has so many “good sides” to it.  I actually did a fourth from a distance but that one doesn’t work as well as the others so you can pretty much close the book on this one…at least for now.  🙂

The three are good examples of why one should walk around (or in this case wade) a subject and look at it from all angles. Sometimes there is an ideal composition and on some lucky occasions there are a few good ones.

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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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13 Responses to 08.16.2018 The Third Dean Brook Cascade Composition

  1. Whow. As I saw the thumbnail of this shot in my reader I knew, right then, this was a winner. I appreciate the different textures (three, as I see it) in a limited area. Like three micro-falls. I have always appreciated low perspective like this … kind of a creatures-eye-view. Nice. Very nice. And, again, those tannins provide color that I am not used to.

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  2. bluebrightly says:

    I can’t blame you – they’re beautifully done.

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  3. I’ve often heard of people milking a cow but you’re the first to milk a cascade. I couldn’t find “milk a cascade” anywhere on the Internet.

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  4. Andrew says:

    I think this may be my favourite. I’m not sure I am up to much wading these days but it has certainly paid dividends here.

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    • Most often it seems the best angle requires being in the water. Once settled in place it is much more enjoyable than standing on the bank or precariously on a rock. True surround sound and, although causing a wipe or two in necessity, the mist in the air is refreshing. Thanks, Andrew.

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  5. shoreacres says:

    The way the greenery across the top of the frame and the broad falls at the bottom seem to contain the central part of the image is really effective. Your other studies have a vertical feel to them, while this one’s all about horizontal — at least, that’s my sense. If I were displaying the three photos, I’d put this one in the middle.

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