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From the same shoot as yesterday’s Flow and Splash.
Christmas Day saw us receive rain and wind which prevented me from getting out for some photography. I don’t mind light rain or gentle winds but the rain came down hard at times and the wind, while not reaching the … Continue reading
This little waterfall in Dean Brook is almost always reliable for a good image. There wasn’t quite as much ice as I expected but enough so I could include some as an interesting foreground element. Mary Beth noticed that my … Continue reading
Here’s one of many favorite Dean Brook cascades found a bit below Murphy Falls. This is a re-edit from 2011 using all the new stuff.
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.
Seeming to defy gravity and the water’s flow, the leaf caught my eye…in addition of course to the variety of the cascades. I generally don’t worry about the Rule of Thirds and composed this for the different textures but the … Continue reading
Downstream Dean Brook with a fallen tree as a natural dam.
I was reminded of this image yesterday and thought to share it today. When I posted it in 2012 I didn’t know most of you folks so thought to bring it up to date processing-wise and give it some light … Continue reading
In the brook, of course. No B.O. Plenty am I. Despite the strong flow, the water is rarely more than ankle deep over the rock bed of the brook until you go farther downstream. I’ve made many attempts to capture … Continue reading