Natural landscapes: the curve of the water


I found this spot before dawn on a cold, cold day. The lack of light made a long exposure possible, giving you a nice feel for the sweep of the water. This river flows from Algonquin Park east to the Ottawa River. It’s name, in the Algonquin language, means “where one hears a noise like this” – referring to river’s many photogenic rapids. Here’s an artistic take on those rapids:
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

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