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Roiling Copper Waters....Color From Natural Plant Tannins In The Water

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Comments (13)

David Brown Photogra… on October 6, 2010

Wow, I know Someone who would love this Joy

I am sure I can hear this roiling (nice word that).

Cheers Jethro

joyfotos on October 7, 2010

LOL! It would probably be child's play for him compared to the link:) Looked a bit fast and intimidating for a land lover like me:) This was taken around the same time as the kayaking photos downriver that I had on a bit earlier.

♥♥TRIKER12 on October 7, 2010

Hubble Bubble, toil and trouble, Kayakking through that lot!!

Very descriptive picture Joy thanj you

joyfotos on October 7, 2010

LOL! That about describes it as far as I am concerned:) Thanks for the very descriptive words to go with it Mike!

Jean Gregory Evans on October 11, 2010

Looks like a river of tea. Hubble Bubble Tea. :)

Great photo, love the water motions. You got right over it too! Good job!

skida on October 16, 2010

My enthusiasm boils over for this type of shot JF. I love it.


joyfotos on October 22, 2010

Hi Jean! It does look like tea doesn't it:) I was perched up on the rocks along the river...climbed in a bit to get this shot...but was holding on tight...would not be the day to go for a unplanned swim!

Glad to hear you liked this shot Keith. A debated a bit before posting it as did not know if it really conveyed the feel of watching it in real life. Must have done OK if you love it:)

western mn on September 7, 2011

I like how you snuck in your watermark on the watermark! (your copyright on the rocks below the high water stain). At first glance I mistook it for graffiti!

joyfotos on September 7, 2011

LOL! Loved your comment:) I try to put it in unobtrusively somewhere....usually a boring right or left corner but sometimes I get creative and have a bit of fun with it. Guess it does have a bit of the look of graffiti!

I enjoyed my tour of your gallery...mostly just clicked the like button here & there instead of leaving comments. I am SO far behind on Pano as I have been gone a bit and am behind in everything.

Nice to meet a fellow Midwesterner. I was putzing around last night and started looking at Rainy River area on GE and followed a photo from there to your gallery.

western mn on September 8, 2011

Thanks!I enjoyed doing the same kind of tour of your gallery (hitting the like button on photos). I got away from GE for awhile after I spent most of what spare time I have on FaceBook. Something I notice now is that photographer type folks have been using GE as a social conversing medium similar to FB. One feature of GE that I think is neat is the "translate" function. It's handy when comments are from all around the globe! I wish I could use it on FB.

joyfotos on September 8, 2011

That seems to be the problem we all have...not enough hours in the day to keep up. Yes, Pano is definitely a social conversing medium...I even e-mail with some of the friends from Pano. The "translate" function is newer - maybe this year - but sure is nice. It is not always the greatest translation but most of the time it is helpful.

jockswa on December 29, 2011

Wow! Someone who likes frozen water pics instead of 'photo-correct' fuzzy-water pics. You're one of my crowd Joy. More power to us rebels! Beautiful shot! LK.

joyfotos on December 29, 2011

LOL! Sometimes frozen water conveys the true picture better & I tend to just do what I like...which may be good sometimes & bad others:) Glad to join you as a rebel! Thanks for the visit and the like!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on October 6, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by joyfotos
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot SX10 IS
    • Taken on 2010/08/17 14:12:54
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 73.04mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO80
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash