Natural landscapes: the flow of autumn water

RAPIDS ON THE ONAPING RIVER, NEAR SUDBURY, ONTARIO

While in this central Ontario city for work, a colleague graciously drove me to this river, which is well known for a spectacular waterfall. I photographed that waterfall, then moved up the river to find many other photogenic spots where the river flows over Canadian Shield rock. This was one of those spots and I went monotone to highlight the drama of whitewater and dark rock.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter, neutral density (darkening) filter.

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