Granite Watercourse

Bill Wetmore

Joined January 2010

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The gentle flow of Stephenson Creek makes its way, meandering in tiny cascades down a natural staircase of granite. This creek, fed by natural springs, traverses the edges of solid granite monadnocks within the US National Park Service Arabia Mountain National Heritage area several miles south of metro Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Taken from a vantage point in the middle of the creek on ILFORD DELTA 3200 ASA 120 roll film, a very high speed black and white film, which helped to capture the incredible detail in this scene despite the dark shaded forest setting. This photograph shot on a 1961 vintage Graflex Century Graphic camera with a 120 roll film back for 6×9 frames installed, tripod mounted 1/30 second exposure, f/32. Xenon 105mm prime lens (roughly equivalent to 50mm if this were on smaller 35mm film). Scanned directly from the negative

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