Natural landscapes: the flow of water

TWELVE MILE CREEK, NEAR ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO

This little section of the creek is just below Decew Falls, one of the most picturesque waterfalls in the south of this Canadian province. I rappelled down into the ravine below the waterfall, then spent several hours photographing it and the Twelve Mile Creek as it flowed through a tranquil and lovely forest. Believe it or not, this is NOT a black-and-white picture; it just looks that way.

I’m a sucker for long exposures of rock and water and I think this is one of the best I’ve done in recent years. Nikon D90, tripod, polarizer, probably one or two darkening filters, as well.

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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