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Images From My Day March 7, 2008

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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Took my morning coffee break in Shelburne Falls:

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…then after work, I went for a short walk to check out the falls below a covered bridge I’ve been doing some work for:

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The water level was at a good height for pictures, allowing me to see interesting aspects of both the water and the rock surrounding it.

Hey, tell me if either of these next two shots says more to you than the other – I’m conflicted and can’t decide:

Number 1

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…or Number 2

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Sort of a Straight vs. Curved thing, I guess.

You know, as much as I love photography, sometimes I just don’t feel like driving all over looking for something to shoot. It’s the oil and carbon thing, I’m sure you know. So it was nice to find this so close to home – it’s literally a five minute walk from my house!

Anyway, it was a cool spot. I expect to be back there often at varying water levels and in varying light, so expect to get sick of it! 🙂

Comments»

1. sherry - March 8, 2008

i love all of them and really both of the shots are great. such beauty.

2. DCup - March 8, 2008

Those are beautiful pictures! I like the second one of the rushing water. The colors underneath the water are gorgeous.

3. freidabee - March 9, 2008

In those last two shots, the second does appear to be moving more quickly. I like the first of those two better, personally. I think it’s because there’s more to the background rocks. They are all very lovely.

4. PortlyDyke - March 9, 2008

Cunning — this is off-topic, but what kind of camera do you use? I’m in the market for a new camera and your pictures are always just so stunning.

I realize that it may just be the brilliant talent of the photographer, but I may as well get my poor photographer self a decent rig.

Thanks in advance for any advice.

Hogs and Quiches, PD

5. beatgrl - March 10, 2008

CR, I’d go with “sinuous laminar flow.” The rock on the far bank is extremely interesting, the way it twists and pulls you in. And also (as usual) what dcup said. The underwater color-wow.


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