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|By now some of you can probably guess where this shot is taken.|
Yes,it is the dry,boulder strewn streambed of Bullock Creek in the Paparoas.
This is shot,once again,at one of the places where the stream has disappeared beneath a mass of weathered limestone boulders,and runs below through newly formed caves.
I still have several shots of this amazing place,and eavch one is unique,so I'll be posting them from time to time.
This was shot about two years ago on my very first digital camera,the 2 megapixel Panasonic Lumix FZ2
Hope you like it.
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What a wonderful scene yoy captured,
Perfect lighting ,composition and DOF,
- [2007-10-05 1:59]
Just marking this shot and will come back later with a proper critique. Completed the urgent assignment and deserve some sleep now.
A very nice capture of this dry boulder full stream with water running underneath. Excellent composition and nice colors. Thanks a lot for sharing.
A two MP Panasonic you say? My first P&S five years ago was a Fuji S3000 at 3MP's..
Great results with this camera, Good detail and view of the dry creek-bed.
Somehow the title is a perfect fit :)
I like it.
this is a very nice picture and the details are great with a 2 MP camera. The old camera manage to exposed well too.
The picture is well composed wiht a good deep and lovely green tones.
Fine work, mf.
what a nice shot and what a nice place. I'd like to there with stream. But even if this version is also very beautiful with green mosses everywhere.
Nice focus and composition. POV and notes also very well.
have a nice weekend