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Taken in the Castor River Shut-ins. One of the places where the river flows through a channel between huge pink granite boulders.
An experiment with timed photography.
Fuji Finepix S5800 Time 1/124 secondsfocal length 25.7mmf/5.0ISO 64
castor river, water moving, timed photo, amidon, water, nature, byron snider
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Gorgeous natures art. Excellent shot Byron!
Thank you, trying new things as you know.
An exciting shot, that challenges the mind – “How large is this? Small, medium or huge?” I enjoy the sweeping joy of moving water swelling over the submerged rocks.
This one chute is ten to 12 feet wide with about six inches of water running through. There are other chutes in this same area or the water would have been deeper and faster.
Looks like you returned safely then! I thought it was that place, wonderful!
Yes it was a little difficult climbing around on the rocks with my knee but I played safe and slow. Thanks
Beautiful! Love the patterns of the waters!
Thank you, that is what I liked with this one.
good effort it don’t get a lot betterGood def
Thank you, this was an experiment with the camera settings.
Beautiful piece of work, brother Byron! Love the detail and the clearness of the water!
Thanks sis, this stream is very clear, you can see the bottom in 6 and 8 foot depths.
great capture my friend byron!
Most Excellent…can almost hear the roar of the rushing water!
Thanks, I guess now I will have to go back after we have had some heavy rains and the water is really running
you experiment was successful .this looks so kool………..
I think so but welcome your opinion ?
ver very nice.