Creek and Waterfall

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  1. John E.

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    Found a neat little creek and waterfall late in the evening, there was so much I wanted to shoot it made my head hurt. I definatly will be going back for more. Will post more later.

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    The creek is on a steep decline which does not show up on the picture. I used a long exposure time, everything around the creek is dripping water due to the mist giving the rocks and trees a weird effect, plus I gave it a little digital enhancement to further the effect..
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  2. snownow

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    I really like one and three. Great capture. I have not had much luck in shooting moving water, and really like when it is done well. I think these are done very well.:p
     
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    Very nice John and I see why you will be going back there! It looks like a great place to visit! : )
     
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    nice work john, i really like the movement effect with the slow shutter speed, nicely enhanced.
     
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    Number 3 looks like ice, nice set
     
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    looks like a wonderful place to relax and take in nature. thanks for sharing another peaceful view of your world. i always look forward to your work.
     
  7. John E.

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    Thank you everyone for the comments, it is a wonderful little spot.
     
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    Cool spot. Nice photos. And yes.... go back.
     
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    Very nice shots John... love to see more :D
     
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    great shot, cruzin.(still think of you that way, sorry...) ...love all of these....but the second one is just really eye catching... i love that one best...

    good job!
     
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    Excellent shot John as always. Number one is my fave.
     
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    3 really great shots there!! love them!
     

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