That is pretty cool how the water is carving through the rock!
It must be an amazing place!
You really know how to frame the shots to make them strong. Very well done!
Thank you Roger.. this is a difficult one, big problems with the light. A few hundred exp.
The river is carving the rock with 1mm pr. year, thats about 10 meter deep since last iceage.
Yes, I realized that you must have had a lot of work on this one due to what must have been a great difference between light and shadow, and yet manage to use fast enough shutter speed to keep the water from beeing "blurry". The fact that you can see the foam on the water that sharp gives away that you must have done several trial shots. The sharp image of the foam actually plays an important role in making this shot so interesting.
Very good work.
Thank you Roger, it took me 3 days, and I am still not satified.
I think I know how it is :) I have a few spots I keep returning to just because I never get 100% done with it. I more feel than know that a place has a greater potential, and keep trying to capture that special picture during different times of day, different weather and different seasons. I guess that is some important part of the facination :)
You are so right Roger.. Thanks!
Thanks Josep, I´m glad you like it!
Panoramio Election :)
Thank you very much Roger, I feel very, very honoured!
Thanks again! :)
Hei Sigmund, fine farger og flott dybde i dette supre bildet. Det eneste jeg savner er noe å sammenligne størrelsen på kløften med. Masse hilsner fra Paul.
Tusen takk Paul,.. skulle kanskje kastet en person ned der for å vise forholdet :).. det er ganske høyt ned!
Very nice all fhotos..!! Greetings Alejandro...
Thank you very much for your nice comments Alejandro, I´m glad you like it!
Eine beeindruckende Klamm, besonders die herrlichen Farben der Moose, Like, Sigmund.
Freundliche Grüße aus Deutschland, Klaus
Kind regards, Dana
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