The greatest thing about redbubble of course is the chance to check out the great work of so many amazing artists. The last time I went to Bryans Creek was with Don Wilson and while comparing shots after the shoot he showed me an amazing angle I completely missed because as usual I was too busy taking pictures of waterfalls to pay enough attention to the bits inbetween. Don also has a particular talent for finding bubbles that in real life don’t look like much but when photographed with a long exposure turn into really cool swirls.
I’d love to just post this and say it’s my own composition but the fact of the matter is I wouldn’t of noticed it but for Don and therefore think it is only right I credit him here for it. We have talked about the tendancy of photographers to plagerise each others compositions and therefore know Don wouldn’t mind me doing this. To be honest I think in this case my pagerism will work in Don’s favour as I reckon his shot is better than mine anyway, I still thinks mines good enough to post though and of course the water level and composition is slightly different although it is obviously of the same spot.
Here’s Dons version: