Natural landscapes: the steps of flowing water

ALBION FALLS DETAIL, HAMILTON, ONTARIO

Went way back into the archives – and two camera bodies ago – to resurrect this beauty from May 2007. The Hamilton area is rich in waterfalls, which is a best-kept secret for most people in the “Golden Horseshoe” – from Oshawa in the east to St. Catherines around the south side of Lake Ontario. Albion is much bigger than the small section I’m showing you here; close-ups seemed to work better on an artistic level.
There wasn’t much colour in this scene, so I opted for a monotone treatment in order to increase the drama.
Nikon D80, tripod, polarizing filter

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