|Copyright: Laszlo Kaposvari (Hormon_Manyer)
|Date Taken: 2006-02-12|
|Camera: HP PhotoSmart R607|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-12-01 13:10|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Waterfall on the Szinva creek, in Miskolc-Lillafüred - frozen into ice.|
Impressive phenomenon and nice shapes, but the image lacks on definition. Regards
What an incredible aspect of that waterfall, it's like time stopped.
For the composition, it's best keep the right tree into, or eliminate it completly. The frame works good.
Thanks for share,
This is nice Laszlo. I think the half tree on the right and the man made structure at the top are a little distracting. The ice is quite nice. Be careful applying computer enhancements to the entire image at once. Often what works for one section, over-enhances another part (such as the sky here).
Thanks for sharing.
Evelynn : )
This is a fine capture of this phenomenon of nature!
There is a place near to where I live where I expect to find some ice sculptures, but so far we've hardly had temperatures below 0C...
Nice composition with good details!
Great glacial textures and shapes. Good composition and superb contrast between frozen blues on the ice and warmer yell;ows and reds on the soil.
Personally I find it MOST difficult to photograph properly anything that is "white". It is hard to place contrasts of white against white.
You have managed to do a good job here.
The "white" of the frame does not go well wth this register.
You could also have cropped off the tree to the right and part of the sky; however, the frozen "blues" and the soil "reds" made this image GREAT.
Mario from COLD COLD Calgary.
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