Natural landscapes: The spring plunge


This area is glorious for photographers. The 25-metre waterfall you see here is one of two and there’s a charming historic village nearby (you can see some of it here:
I opted for a fairly standard vertical perspective on the falls and went for a long exposure to turn the water silky. It’s good to get here in the spring because Twenty Mile Creek often dries up in the heat of summer.
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

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