Cave Fall at Roaring River II

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  1. Kent Frost

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    When I first jumped onto this message board (for the first time in probably close to 10 months), I found the forum for The Photo Gallery, but I had originally meant to post those threads in here, the Critique Gallery. Anyway, better now then not at all.

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    Nice! I like your work.

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    Wow. Speechless. Wanna share any info? Film/digital/shutter/apature?
     
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    That shot is amazing, really well done. The light coming down illuminating the water is just awesome.
     
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    Digital Rebel
    Shutter Speed: 2 sec
    Aperture: f10

    That light beam you're referring to, SLO...that's actually the water. ;-)
    Sooo many people have confused that. I guess looking at it with those kinds of eyes, I can kinda see it. But really, it's spring-fed, hence the blue.
     
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    great shot! what vivid colors :) where was this taken? i thought it was sunlight also, but it makes sense that it's water since the water below it is all disturbed...
     

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