where the rver starts...
|Copyright: Slawomir Staszewski (slawomirs) (303)|
|Date Taken: 2006-10-28|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-11-03 3:35|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The most long Polish river called Wisła (Vistula). She has two springs - White Wiselka and Black Wiselka. Both springs flows from the mountains called Beskid Śląski (Silesian Beskid) near Berania Gora (the Mountain of the Ram) peak, then she flow through whole territory of Poland and finally escape to the Baltic Sea. This is the Black Wiselka. I made this photo during trip to the Wisła springs :). Used equipment: Nikon D70, Tamron 28-80, circular polarizef, f/11, exposure time: 1/30s. Regards!!!|
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Hello, nice picture, good job! Nice colors. Well well done
- [2006-11-03 7:34]
This photo are very colorfull, very nice to see. I like the composition. Great job.
- [2006-11-03 8:13]
Superbe definition et couleurs. La vitesse super dominee pour donner un bel effet de soie. Un saludo
Beautiful autumn photo. Technic and aesthetis is good. Bravo
Beautiful image of flowing water captured with slow shutter speed.
Superb composition and colours.
Well done and thanks for sharing this image.
This is very nicely done Slawomir. The composition and exposure are very well managed. I really like the warm tones of the rocks and leaves. The slow shutter speed works well here as the motion is captured without the water totally losing substance.
Evelynn : )