Natural landscapes: the abstract flow

WATERFALL CLOSE-UP, LIVINGSTONE FALLS PROVINCIAL RECREATION AREA, ALBERTA

Livingstone River flows down a wide, flat Rocky Mountain incline that creates all kinds of photo possibilities. By going for a long exposure, I turned the fast flow into silken, diagonal lines. The result is a surreal picture which puts artistry ahead of literal reality.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter and, possibly, a neutral density (darkening) filter.

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