Hunters brook under long exposure. Lucky how wilderness changes. That beautiful birch log on the bottom was not there last time I was here. I made sure to include it because I had a good feeling about that water cascading over it. If I remember right this was a 6 minute exposure under a sunny cloudless sky. Very hard light to expose for both foreground and background. I still like how it came out. Cooled the temp and gave it a sharpening kiss.
Canon XSi
B+W nd1000
Hat to prevent lens flare (yes I held my hat on the side of the lens for the whole 6 minutes)


  • kathy s gillentine
    kathy s gillen...almost 5 years ago

    congratulations on being featured in the All Water in Motion group

  • Wow first comment is a feature. Thats awesome. Thanks

    – Chintsala

  • Michelle BarlondSmith
    Michelle Barlo...almost 5 years ago


  • Thanks. I really like this one also.

    – Chintsala

  • Gavin J Hawley
    Gavin J Hawleyalmost 5 years ago

    Stunning mate. beautiful work.

  • Thanks Bro. I really appreciate it

    – Chintsala

  • Eric Scott Birdwhistell
    Eric Scott Bir...over 4 years ago

    Quite beautiful and peaceful.

  • It is a great place. Thanks

    – Chintsala

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