For the end of the Atherton Brook images, that is. I’ve one more that I want to share.
I liked the combination of motion and splash. It took more than a couple of attempts to get the flow exposure right overall and then add a bunch for the splash.
F/5.6@1/13 sec, ISO 800, 70-200@115 +CP.
It’s funny how things seem pretty constant…the rocks don’t move, the water’s flow is steady, yet there are enough reactions to the water’s motion and rock’s resistance that one cannot predict easily when the optimal splash will occur. I watched the action for a long time trying to anticipate a splash but it really was hit or miss.