12.03.2020 Turbulent Thursday-Dean Brook Plunge and Splash

Another from a good day at Dean Brook.

This is a companion to this image that I posted last year which was located in the lower right here.  Not quite as organized but plenty to immerse in.

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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8 Responses to 12.03.2020 Turbulent Thursday-Dean Brook Plunge and Splash

  1. shoreacres says:

    The arc of the concentrated spray at the left looks like someone’s opened a fire hydrant or hose. I can’t quite figure out the white ‘fringe’ beneath the darker area in the center. My best guess now is that the darker and lighter areas aren’t in the same plane, but that the white water’s splashing up. It doesn’t make any difference as far as the image’s appeal is concerned, but it is interesting to try and figure out the dynamics.

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    • I think the water is hitting the edge of a wide rock in there. When dry one can see quite an assemblage of rocky shapes and that’s what gives the cascade such an interesting combination of textures.The arc reminds me of pictures I’ve seen of open hydrants in the city helping kids cool down in the summer.

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  2. Wow Steve! Great image! Really like the sense of powerful movement!

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  3. The one you linked to looks even more like hair.

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  4. Jackson says:

    I really dig this one, Steve. The flow of the hook into the fan makes for a great shape, and results in a very evocative contrast between turbulence and resolution.

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