Natural landscapes: where the water falls


The water level was surprisingly low but, as you can see, there was still enough to make for some pleasing long-exposure pictures. I spent an hour finding all manner of close and far perspectives to get enough pictures to last me for years of website content.
In this case, I went for a dramatic high-contrast view that removes almost everything that isn’t falling water. In addition, there was almost no colour to be had, so going black-and-white further emphasizes the drama of the scene. (This is what the waterfall looks like with full flow:
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter, neutral density (darkening) filter

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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