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The bottom of the Upper Wattamolla Falls, Royal National Park.

Can’t decide between the colour and the b/w. If you look very carefully you can see an angel in the middle of the falls in the coloured version but it disappears in the b/w – my daughter spotted it and I couldn’t see it for ages and then it just popped out at me.

But I really like the contrast between the water and the rocks in the b/w so your feedback is most welcome

Canon 30D

Tv: 6 secs
Av: f/16
ISO: 200
FL: 62mm


  • Brendan Schoon
    Brendan Schoonover 5 years ago

    WOW, excellent shot Geoff!! Like the exposure and the blue light smashing into the rocks!! Great work!! Very well done.

  • Thanks Brendan – very much appreciated.

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

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    Geoff Coleman...over 5 years ago

  • Michael Walters
    Michael Waltersover 5 years ago

    Geoff there is a reason you are my favorite photographer on here, you always produce nothing but pure class and every shot could be on your homepage, inspires me to clean out a lot of my so so shots and push myself to take better shots. This is no exception, the beautiful exposure is spot on and love the dream effect it gives, love the comp, and the angel in the colour one makes it the winner for me :)

  • Whoa you totally made my day with that comment mate – thanks SO much – can’t tell you how much I appreciate it.

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

  • Barssel
    Barsselover 5 years ago

    Great image………….. just light and form, excellent abstraction of a beautiful location

  • Thanks for your considered feedback – much appreciated.

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

  • helene
    heleneover 5 years ago

    Stunning geoff

  • Ta muchly Helene.

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

  • Rhana Griffin
    Rhana Griffinover 5 years ago

    This almost has an abstract quality to it Geoff. Colour for me though… all the way :)

  • Thanks heaps Ms. Muffin – colour it is!

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

  • Stuart Chapman
    Stuart Chapmanover 5 years ago

    A very interesting perspective Geoff and it works well because it just makes you keep looking. Maybe it’s the eriee blue glow eminating behind the powerful forceful whites as the water serinades the rocks. Maybe it’s the contrast between the dark hard rocks and the angelicly lit (perfect title btw) water.

    Maybe it’s both or some other undefinable element. Either ways – I like very much

  • wow Stuart – you give the BEST comments – thanks so much – can’t tell you how much I appreciate the time you take in your responses.

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

  • laureenr
    laureenrover 5 years ago

    This is just so beautiful Geoff. I like the light and softness of the colour. So colour for me.

  • Thanks very much for your lovely comment.

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

  • Jenny Dean
    Jenny Deanover 5 years ago

    colour for me too, unreal, lovely capture.

  • Thank you kindly.

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

  • dinghysailor1
    dinghysailor1over 5 years ago

    wonderful work geoff.. great delicacy and detail in the blue angelic one… but feel closer to getting splashed in the B&W with its immediacy…LOL

  • What a great comment – thanks so much my friend.

    – Geoff Coleman - Landscapes

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