I just love this one. Trees making natural bridge and additionally two made by human engineers! Must be in my favourites,
Best wishes, Timo
Nicely done. I like it.
Thanks Timo, yes I'd never thouught of that horizontal growing tree in that way.
best wishes, Sam
Excellent photo, You know how to use that camera..
Cheers GasGas, it's taken a while though to get the hang of what's possible but yes I'm getting more able to produce the right result at last .
Excellent picture. LIKE 4. Best Greetings.
Thank you Bogdan
a dream-composition !!!! LIKE Best greetings from Vienna a.beyer
That's a lovely compliment Beyer99, thank you very much.
Very nice Sam I particularly like the bridge at the rear, is it the long exposure that makes it look like a small whirlpool or maybe it is a small whirlpool.
Just a few bits of foam floating around with the current Ian but on a dull day with a polariser and 4 stop nd filter it is possible to expose for enough time ( 30 seconds) for them to complete a circuit or two to create that effect and make an otherwise dull shot a little more interesting.
Many thanks !
Very good shot! LIKE!
Best regards Z.
Copy and paste comments have no value to me Zanot10
Excellent photo! - Greetings from Athens.
I went to Google Earth to see what the structure was in the edge of your latest upload and found this picture. This is beautiful. I love these long exposures of water and this one turned out just right. Like.
Christos, my sincere apologies for the very late reply here, I must have missed your comment somehow. Many thanks , Sam :o)
Guy, the structure in my waterfall pic is not this particular bridge nut another much taller one a little way behind me and downstream from where I took this shot , the railway crosses the river twice in a very short space at this location so it is easy to make a mistake.
I am pleased it led you here though so that you could enjoy seeing this scene as you have. many thanks for your comment.
best wishes to you both , Sam :o)
Excellent , a picture paints a thousand words ...
Looks like a good fly-fishing spot.
Thank you Christos, I can see why you'd think it but it's often not much more than a trickle with very few pools capable of holding fish of any size and the odd trout I've seen wouldn't merit the effort.
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