Natural landscapes: the waterfall close-up


I visited this provincial park many years ago and yearned to return, so during our recent vacation we made a special trip to see it again.
The water level wasn’t especially high, but there were still numerous excellent cascades to enjoy in the brilliant sunshine. I pointed the camera at this one, because it was in the shade and that made it much easier to make a long exposure.
The colours were pretty subtle in this scene, so I opted for black-and-white to heighten the drama. (You can see the colour version here:
Nikon D7100, 70-300-mm. zoom lens, tripod, polarizing filter, neutral density (darkening) filter

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