Discussion in 'Photo Themes' started by vonnagy, Jan 8, 2005.
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This were my first serious shots when I got my first SLR (a D100). nothing really special but I'm happy with it since its my first try at SLR and shutter speeds.
2 seconds, f/2.8. Obviously it is an indoor manmade waterfall, but you didn't specify it couldn't be manmade.
Again, all I am ever able to present in this area (since waterfalls ask for MOUNTAINS!) is small ... erm ... tiny, really. But still, and if only to revive this theme, here you go:
Just recently saw this section. Finally have something to show off.
here is a few that i have done this past autumn
Not much chance for any water to really FALL where I am, but it rushes along and around some stones here and there, too. So I tested my "creating-rushing-abilities" and - well, this is what I got:
These were taken last Friday morning, when I also went out to get the sunrise, and I took these before sunrise, with a very orangey-pinkey sky.
Went to Oregon several years ago and took this. Little did I know it was already a famous photo.
This is one of my 'first' photos. I had the my Pentax film camera for about a year then, but hadn't used it to much. This photo is special to me as I took it in British Colombia, only a few meters from where my sister had died 1.5 years earlier.
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