12.10.2019-2 Dean Brook Crossing Cascade

I mentioned this cascade the other day in response to the weave in the Murphy Falls image.

Ten years ago but it seems like only nine.  🙂

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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28 Responses to 12.10.2019-2 Dean Brook Crossing Cascade

  1. A lovely shot, I enjoy the complexity of the currents. The water must’ve long ago reached the Atlantic.

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  2. Beautiful image Steve! The “flow” of the water is amazing!

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  3. shoreacres says:

    There’s a nice optical illusion here. Sometimes I see the water flowing beneath the rock ledges, and with the right amount of non-focus (with my eyes) it can appear to be flowing on top of the rocks: a nature-based Rubin’s vase.

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  4. Exciting composition. Magnificent motion. Wow spelled backwards is wow!


  5. Jane Lurie says:

    Wonderful landscape image, Steve. The crisscrossing water is mesmerizing framed by the beautiful autumn leaves. Terrific work. 🙂

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  6. I like the arc of smoothed water at the center.

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  7. Todd Henson says:

    I really like this one. The orange and browns of the fallen leaves work so well against the white of the water. And I love how you’ve composed it, the angle of the water and of the camera, how it looks right down on the water. Very nice.


    • Thanks, Todd. I did like this angle of view and honestly didn’t have much choice as getting any lower, besides changing the feel, would also be a tad on the dangerous side. The main factor in changing anything about this image, aside from time of year, would be the flow.


  8. Eliza Waters says:

    Wonderful image, Steve!

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  9. The effect of the flowing water is stunning, Steve, and the surrounding leaves add so much character to the photo.

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  10. bluebrightly says:

    Slowing the water down to a blur but keeping the land perfectly sharp created an odd sense of depth this time, I think partly because of the shape of the rocks. And the way you see through the water in some places but not others makes the water come foreward and recede in strange, interesting ways. Your eye for composition along with your technical mastery made a really compelling image!

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  11. Dave Ply says:

    It’s the braidy bunch! Lovely.

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