|Copyright: Lori Cannon (LCannon)
|Date Taken: 2006-08-16|
|Camera: Kodak Easyshare LS753|
|Exposure: f/3.0, 1/45 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2007-01-27 10:55|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This was taken near Paradise on Mount Rainier. It was a foggy cloudy afternoon with mist hanging onto everything. The boulders seem to be much more sharply cut and not so rounded as lower elevation rocks are. I liked this "craggy" waterfall view for all it's sharp angles and lines. It flows for a glacier further up the mountain that we never ended up having time to visit there were so many other sights to see.|
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I wonder what this scene looks like now!! :º( Paradise was hit very hard with that awful storm. I hope it will be open again next summer and fall...and the damage won't have been too horrible. They won't even know until spring thaw what needs to be done. The only open campground in fall and winter was washed away completely so that might slow us down a bit.
This a pretty scene, though it feels a little overexposed and has a slight bluish cast to the lighter areas...I don't know what causes that. I tried a workshop. I really wanted the immediate foreground to appear less overexposed and have better color and saturation. I think the foreground is so important in drawing the viewer into the scene. This is good practice for me as I too, have to "save" a lot of shots!! : P
Evelynn : )
- [2007-01-27 13:32]
great colors good texturess with the rocks and plants excelletn water.
- [2007-01-27 14:42]
Hi Lori, what rough terrain - it looks such a hard and sharp rock. What an interesting place to visit, and reading Evelynn's comments is interesting. What a storm it must have been that passed through to leave that amoount of damage.
Good to see you again too, TFS
- [2007-01-27 20:18]
I like such misty, humid gorges. Must be incredible to be there. I like the contrast between rocks and the vivid green of plant. Also the perspective with mist getting densier up in the gorge.
Best greetings and TFS!