04.14.2019 Roaring Falls Cascade

I shot a video with my phone thinking I could use a tutorial to edit it, but the tutorial and my version of Lightroom don’t match up, I guess, so that’s on the back burner. For now, here’s an intimate little cascade at the bottom of the falls.

I shot a couple of other intimates that I haven’t worked on yet. I don’t see an option for video in Lightroom so now to search for another tutorial.

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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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6 Responses to 04.14.2019 Roaring Falls Cascade

  1. amberangst says:

    I love the soft urgency you’ve captured here.

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  2. I watched a documentary about birds’ eggs the other night. The tapering stone in your picture is like the most extreme of those eggs in shape and patterning.

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  3. shoreacres says:

    Water’s always a great addition to rocks. Those at the side that are glittering look as though they’re interleaved with mica, but my favorite part of the photo is the pair of smooth stones. They look like the rock candy of my childhood. It wasn’t that silly crystals-on-a-string business that’s sold today, but pebbles of every size and shape that looked for all the world like real rocks. Most of the time, I didn’t eat it, but kept it with my rock collection until my mother gave me the choice of eating it or throwing it away.

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    • I remember the rock-like candies too. The difference being that I ate them with gusto. My family ate a lot of candy while we watched TV in the evening and would polish off boxes of bridge mix and chocolate covered mints. It took me years to break the habit helped along by a “Surprise” diabetes diagnosis for my 60th birthday.
      I’ve got a thing for oval or egg-shaped rocks.

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