03.07.2023 Waterfall Wednesday

Amethyst Brook-2011

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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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40 Responses to 03.07.2023 Waterfall Wednesday

  1. Eliza Waters says:

    Wow, lovely and fantastic image, Steve!

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  2. I had to enlarge your photo and imagine being there.

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  3. Beautiful image Steve! It really draws you into the scene! Well done!

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  4. melody says:

    Wow, nice encounter in woods.

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  5. shoreacres says:

    This is especially pretty, and interesting because of the almost-rainbow effect in the woods. Was there enough mist to create a glory, or other atmospheric phenomenon? I was driving through some fog last weekend, and experienced only the second fog bow I’ve seen. Rainbows are nice, but I think I prefer the more diffuse colors; they certainly complement your image.

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    • Thanks, Linda! I’ve never been fortunate enough to see or capture a fogbow. There was plenty of mist but what you see is what I got. I like the softness of this image and think that a fogbow would have been nice but also would have dominated the image.

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      • shoreacres says:

        I don’t know. What I’ve seen was quite diffuse. It was unmistakable, but not nearly as vibrant or distinct as a rainbow. In any event, the colors here are much like fogbow colors.

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  6. Rebecca says:

    Such a beautiful shot!

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  7. Dave Ply says:

    Nicely done. Beautiful setting, well captured, and with that extra little something (fog, but not enough to kill the colors), it’s a wall hanger.

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  8. A great enchanted look, I read Warner Bro.s is going to make more “Lord of the Rings” movies, they may show up to film there.

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  9. That’s beautiful!

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  10. Sam.Rappen says:

    Really lovely – love the blue-green-orange atmosphere, and the repeated orange in the foreground water. Fascinating.

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  11. Peter Klopp says:

    What a beautiful waterfall! A long exposure helped bring out the flow of the water.

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  12. Klausbernd says:

    Hi Stephen
    Beautiful light, great picture πŸ‘ perfect colour editing.
    Keep well
    The Fab Four of Cley
    πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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  13. Mmmm. What a lovely photograph. Had to look at this one for a long time. I’m especially fond of the haze.

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  14. Wally Jones says:

    Excellent photograph of an idyllic scene. Nicely framed by the two trees near the top of the falls.

    I’m afraid I might become so relaxed there that I would fall asleep to the sound of the cascading water.

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    • That would provide some nice dreams, I think. Thanks for noting the placement of the trees. I debated more or less of the large rock on the left but liked the small cascade below as it was so ended with this composition. Thank you, Sir!

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  15. Ann Mackay says:

    What a beautiful sight! The waterfall is lovely but the misty woodland background makes it even more so.

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  16. bluebrightly says:

    The rainbow-hued mist transports me to another realm. What a tranquil scene, Steve!

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    • This spot is another realm, Lynn. πŸ™‚ One reason I enjoy photograph moving water is the separation from the day to day reality the sound offers. Not much traffic here, but others I visit do drown out most of civilization’s sound. Thanks!

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      • bluebrightly says:

        I can imagine that. I often think about the sound, the scent sometimes, the feeling in the air, even the space around us, whether it’s wide-open or sheltered – all are things that affect us as we make photographs. Sometimes I get home and see that the visual record or impression didn’t come close to the whole experience. The photo above is not one of those times – it conveys all those extra sensations even though we can’t say exactly what they were.

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      • Thanks again, Lynn! It is true that we cannot often collect all the sensations of an experience in a photograph but when we do it is special. I am glad that you feel this is one of those.

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  17. Todd Henson says:

    Oh, wow! Talk about a beautiful moment. Look at that atmosphere and the wonderfully subtle colors. This is a real winner!

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