Tag Archives: water in motion
Here’s another example of why repeated visits offer new opportunities. I’ve been to the Amethyst Brook Waterfall many times and have posted a few images from there. A couple have included swirls but this was the first with a double. … Continue reading
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
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.
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
Between the rain we got on Tuesday and followed by an all day event on Friday the water flowed in Dean Brook like it does in the springtime. It was great to have worldly sounds and thoughts drowned by the … Continue reading