11.12.2020 Bear’s Den Flow

Bear’s Den has a very nice waterfall but, as with many brooks and rivers, the cascades up and downstream are attractive and offer some interest as well. A nice fall with a splash caught my eye here.


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 11.12.2020 Bear’s Den Flow

  1. shoreacres says:

    The white spray off this waterfall looks remarkably like the fluff surrounding one of the caterpillars I posted today. I never expected to see a parallel between one of your waterfalls and an insect, but when it comes to nature, what do expectations have to do with it? Beyond that, the tannin-tinted water on the left looks a bit like the other caterpillar — it’s a double treat!

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  2. Nice Steve! Like the color and the movement!

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  3. The close view makes this one of your more abstract waterfall photographs.

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    • In the defintion applying to a small section of something larger yes. Some of the places I visit have been photographed by myself and many other hundreds of times. So going in close for something a bit more intimate offers a lot of new compositional possibilities as well as a unique frozen moment in time.


  4. eremophila says:

    When I came across some moving water recently, I immediately thought of your work. Always inspiring.

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