Tangle Falls, Jasper National Park, Alberta – Canon G11, longer shutter speed using the built in ND filter in the camera.
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Another great shot Darwin, just read you and Sams article in Popular Photography on black and white, great job.
I like this shot, especially the contrast of the rock. But I can not explain why I like the image, especially for B&W. There is ususally something beyond “beautiful”, I think.
Thanks Hiro, sometimes I do not know what I like or dislike an image either. It just speaks to me or it doesn’t. I guess that is what art is all about. Darwin
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