03.31.2021-2 Happy Waterfall Wednesday

Kind of happy. It looks like WP has done away with the classic editor and now only the block editor remains. Maybe they hid it somewhere different? Anyway…it is Wednesday and a waterfall is alliterative. And…I got number two today so just have to hang in there for another 14 days to be fully vaccinated. I won’t be changing my behavior from how I’ve operated for the last year, but will have a bit more confidence that I won’t be another statistic.

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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21 Responses to 03.31.2021-2 Happy Waterfall Wednesday

  1. Amazing job of using leading lines and high key sunlight to draw the eye back, back to the waterfall. Love it!

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  2. Eliza Waters says:

    Nice one, Steve. Congrats on #2 jab.
    After tomorrow’s rain, all the waterfalls ought to be gushing. 🙂

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  3. We’re four days ahead of you on #2. What a 12-month stretch it’s been.

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  4. If you have a business plan the Classic can be activated and block editor turned off.

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    • That would mean paying for this. They do deserve to make a buck but I am doing fine with the free version. Fortunately I have a very generous and knowledgeable friend who gave me a work around…for the second time…so I am back on the beam.

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  5. A “bend in the river” usually brings a mental image of a languid river, but I like this energetic rapids and waterfall.
    I just ran into the same thing, the classic editor removed. Sure, WP gave notice but work & school are keeping me busy, no time or desire to pick up block editor, and finding the classic editor gone feels like it was pocketed by sneak thieves. A blogger gave some instructions which seem to have (at least temporarily) revived it = Maggie at “From Cave Walls”

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    • It’s the second time WP has thrown me a curve. But that nice lady in the next comment came to my rescue. I understand why they needed to have something new and better (?) to offer folks but why they needed to make the rest of us who like things as they are is confusing. Glad you got a workaround too.


  6. shoreacres says:

    The variously sunlit greens and browns have a springlike feel. Before the flowers and budding trees, snowmelt water and mud always meant spring in the midwest. The brightness of the background trees and the foreground water flow are nicely balanced.

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    • This was a little past spring but the colors were still there before the heat of summer took their sparkle. We’ve our share of snow melt and mud, usually, but this year it’s been rain and mud. Not much of a snow pack this past winter so I am expecting dry river and stream beds this summer.
      Thanks. I was lucky with the light.


  7. Todd Henson says:

    Oh, wow! I love this composition. So well done, the balance, the lines, the movement of the water, the colors and the light. So nice! And very glad to hear about you getting #2.

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    • Thanks for both, Todd. Still have 12 days until fully vaccinated and that won’t change much about our behavior. Glad that you see so much to like in this. It’s my favorite of all the images I’ve made at this location.


  8. Peter Klopp says:

    You will be safe in such a beautiful and serene landscape as the one you posted this morning, Steve!

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  9. bluebrightly says:

    Speaking from experience, you might feel a whole lot more confidence and relief. We’re over a month past our second shots and looking forward to when younger members of the families get theirs. Alex Kunz mentioned somewhere on his blog how to access the classic editor.
    Such lovely light and composition in this image. 🙂


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