|Copyright: Kelley Not Telling (KellEy)
|Date Taken: 2007-01-28|
|Camera: Olympus E-330|
|Exposure: f/22, 1/8 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2007-02-02 14:38|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|I thought it was rather impressive that this small waterfall of only about 15 to 20 feet high was still running despite the frigid temperatures.|
This is Hoggs Falls on the Beaver River in Grey County. It's a short walk from a back road along the Bruce Trail.
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I like so much this waterfall picture!
The slow shutter speed let you got a very good sense of motion, that shows the power of this waterfall.
The contrast with the snow and ice from surroundings is really impressive.
I like so much the composition you build here, with the branches in the foreground, and the slight inclination of the waterfall's border on top.
Congratulations, thanks for share and my best regards,
joli photo,j'aime beaucoup cet effet d'eau que vous avez crée avec cette pose de 1/8.
- [2007-02-12 22:51]
Wow that looks icey cold.Especially since I know what the temperatures have been in Ontario lately.We have small patches of open water here too,luckily for the brave wild ducks that stick around.Nicely composed shot with a great sense of action and force.Well focused.TFS
- [2007-02-13 15:04]
Interesting POV and lots of wonderful details. Good exposure. Well done as well for braving the cold for this icy shot
- [2007-03-08 10:24]
Nice work on the long exposure. I like the composition too, with the tree in the foreground and the waterfall slightly off the middle.
Hi Barrie, I think the POV could have been better, if it covered some of the scene above the water fall as well. But overall it has come out well.
Next time try a long exposure with a tripod and post the same waterfall if possible.