03.27.2020 Dean Brook Crash and Splash 2

This was a bit more challenging deciding where to stand. I had to perch on the edge of a ledge, a ledge edge, between some trees.  But there were a few feet of leeway to each side and getting the right angle made a difference.  Again, although informed by the previous post’s exposure, it still required some trial and error to get the right effect.

The rock in this case is more submerged but large enough to act a bit like a dam.  Again, despite the loud and roiling water, a sense of peace.

70-200@85mm with Polarizer, f/11, 1/6 sec, ISO 400.  I liked the diagonal resisting the downstream flow.

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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10 Responses to 03.27.2020 Dean Brook Crash and Splash 2

  1. At least you weren’t separated by a hedge wedge from the ledge edge. A ledge edge hedge wedge would be a formidable barrier. You must take a ledge edge hedge wedge pledge not to tangle with that kind of obstacle.

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  2. Thast looks wild, Steve!

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  3. shoreacres says:

    I see a white afghan hound crossing the brook — head to the left, tail bringing up the rear!

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