More pic's of my creek

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  1. John E.

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    wonderful contrast and color John. shutter choice makes them 'flow' nicely.
     
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    Boy, hard to pick a fave among these.

    You have your own creek? No fair! :lol:
     
  4. John E.

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    Thanks JonMikal

    I errr, found it, so I claimed it, yes, it is now mine :mrgreen: ;)
     
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    Photo 3 looks like it is a crop out of Photo 2. Well done. I like that one best!
    And what you call a "creek" would already be called a "river" where I am! :)
    None of ours can compete with yours, though! Nothing around in the near or far that could make the water FALL...
     
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    Very nice shots, excellent color and composition.
     
  7. John E.

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    Thankyou Randog

    Lafoto it looks like there is much water because the water is spread very thin across an outcrop and the slow shutter speed also helps. #2 and #3 are seperate pictures.
     

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