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Clinging for dear life by Peter Zentjens

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The roaring waterfalls of Iguazu, a small patch of grass amidst all that watery violence, fighting for survival.
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argentina, flowing water, grass, iguassu, iguazu, river, rock, travel, waterfall, zen

Comments

  • VonMcKnelly
    VonMcKnellyover 6 years ago

    Outstanding time shot…love the highlights.

  • Thank you

    – Peter Zentjens

  • mikrin
    mikrinover 6 years ago

    Beautiful capture.. Love the motion of the water.

  • Thanks Mikrin! There’ so much water in motion over there that it’s hard to decide where to look and what to shoot. ;)

    – Peter Zentjens

  • hilarydougill
    hilarydougillover 6 years ago

    Wonderful capture, great colour

  • Thanks again hilary!

    – Peter Zentjens

  • michaelfromoz
    michaelfromozover 6 years ago

    Great picture

  • Thank you Michael, much appreciated.

    – Peter Zentjens

  • maxi
    maxiover 6 years ago

    This is fantastic,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

  • Thanks heaps maxi!

    – Peter Zentjens

  • pollyh
    pollyhover 6 years ago

    Superb capture, so soft, yet so vibrant!!

  • Thank you Carol, I’m happy you can feel the energie of the scene.

    – Peter Zentjens

  • gladders
    gladdersover 6 years ago

    Beautiful shot Peter.Nice long exposure and I like the way the grass contrasts with the water….very nice!

  • Thanks Simon, it’s that contrast that caught my eye initially.

    – Peter Zentjens

  • Stuart Blackledge
    Stuart Blackledgeover 6 years ago

    Stuning shot , Well spotted

  • Thank you Stuart. Like I just answered to Simon, it’s that contrast with the grass that caught my eye, luckily.

    – Peter Zentjens

  • debsphotos
    debsphotosover 6 years ago
    Excellent image …beautifully captured!!
  • A big thank you deb.

    – Peter Zentjens

  • berndt2
    berndt2over 6 years ago

    Very well done – it almost looks like you’ve captured wind, rather than water!

  • This is an interesting point of view on this image. Looking at it again I can see exactly what you mean. Thank you for this inspiring comment.

    – Peter Zentjens

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