Natural landscapes: When leaves and water collide

AUTUMN AT GRINDSTONE CREEK, NEAR HAMILTON, ONTARIO

The Hamilton region is one of Canada’s hidden waterfall treasures. There are at least a dozen near this Great Lakes city, which is best known for its steel mills and the Canadian Football League Tiger-Cats. On this day, I was more interested in following the creek away from the waterfall and capturing long exposures of water as it flowed around leaf-strewn rocks. Nikon D50, tripod, polarizing filter.

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