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Waterfall at Holtwood Environmental Preserve

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Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 10 April 2008 in Landscape & Rural.

On Saturday I participated in a workshop on photographing waterfalls. This is a little waterfall on a stream flowing into the Susquehanna River. It is part of 5000 acres preserved by the power company.


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KONICA MINOLTA MAXXUM 5D 8/1 second F/18.0 ISO 100 50 mm


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Betty from New Jersey, United States

Anita, this is exceptional! Beautiful capture!

10 Apr 2008 11:09am

Jenny from United Kingdom

Truly beautiful!

10 Apr 2008 11:36am

Ron from Saint Louis, United States

Absolutely gorgeous, Anita. The detail in the rocks and moss is incredible and then that silky, flowing water just takes it over the top ... stunning. Your time spent at the workshop certainly paid off!

10 Apr 2008 12:24pm

alun lambert from cheshire, United Kingdom

Great image. Good work with the speed.

10 Apr 2008 1:09pm

Melissa W. from Warsaw, Indiana, United States

This is absolutely gorgeous, Anita! Beautiful capture!

10 Apr 2008 1:37pm

Monte Stevens from Fort Collins, United States

Very enjoyable image to see. You have done a great job in presenting what you saw. Well done!

10 Apr 2008 1:40pm

Eleftheria, 9 years old, from Athens, Greece

wow! Nice shot!

10 Apr 2008 1:48pm

lorie from United States

Spectacular - I love it! The water is very dreamy.


10 Apr 2008 3:08pm

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Absolutely great texture shot, wonderful image.

10 Apr 2008 4:07pm

Earnest from Oklahoma, United States

That's a very nice job getting the misty effect... apparently you learned well.

10 Apr 2008 5:12pm

zOOm from Paris, France

Very good long pause picture. Very effective, yes.

10 Apr 2008 6:07pm

Observing from Chester, United Kingdom

The smooth flowing water looks very good, excellent speed control...!

10 Apr 2008 7:10pm

standley from brou-sur-chantereine, France

This is absolutly superb. Great job!

10 Apr 2008 8:33pm

Scotfot from Kabul, Afghanistan

Wonderful image, colours just superb! Well done!

10 Apr 2008 8:41pm

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

A magical waterfall, really beautifully captured Anita.

10 Apr 2008 8:53pm

Chris from South Jersey, United States

Wow - having mastered flowers you now turn to waterfalls, and this photo shows you have mastered them as well. Wonderful color, lighting, and composition. The long exposure really makes it beautiful though - did you use a ND filter?

10 Apr 2008 11:15pm

John Maslowski from Dallas, PA, United States

Beautiful waterfalls shot. Love the silky water here. I'm kinda fond of these myself. Nice job!

11 Apr 2008 12:00am

drphoto from Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

This photo works really well, great composition and love the ghostly water. Must've been a good workshop!


11 Apr 2008 1:04am

Ed Heaton from Atglen, United States

Well done Anita! Exellent exposure and composition!

11 Apr 2008 1:09am

Paul Michko from Exton, United States

This is absolutely gorgeous, Anita. Great veiling effect and composition.

11 Apr 2008 10:06am

GJC from Kyoto, Japan

Everyone has already said, but what I especially like here is the angle you've chosen. Visually it's very interesting to see the different sections of the picture plane and how it rolls right to left and back. Very beautiful colors as well.

11 Apr 2008 1:17pm

@GJC: Thanks for your specific comments. Our workshop leader took us to exactly the right spot for this photo.

Mary from United States

Great Job Anita!

11 Apr 2008 8:32pm

Shaahin from Tehran, Iran

Great! I like this composition ;)

12 Apr 2008 7:02am

Teri Dignazio from Oxford, United States

wowie -----i think a show at the Oxford Library is the least you could do to share your talent!!!

14 Apr 2008 3:43am

Paolo from Castelnuovo Garfagnana, Italy

i love this kind of shots.
beautiful !

17 Apr 2008 12:23pm

@Paolo: Thank you for visiting! I see that you like this type from your latest photo.

8/1 second
ISO 100
50 mm