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Foaming Water

By Nigel_95
My partner and her friend both like this, and suggested I post it. I took it in Wales in 1971, but I'm not sure where (probably Betws-y-Coed). If you look left of middle at the top you will see a pair of wheels sticking up. What I like about the picture is the lighting, the detail and the amount of movement in the water. If I were taking it now, I would use a wide angle lens.

Tags: Wales Waterfall River conwy Landscape and travel

Voters: helengib, X5DJM, Lou41 and 12 more



X5DJM 17 26 England
7 Mar 2006 10:56AM
I may have cropped the top a bit more but apart from that I love the movement and depth. Nice one..
backbeat Plus
17 134 1 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2006 11:32AM
you've caught the movement of the water just right...great shot
JCowlan 17 England
7 Mar 2006 12:15PM
Hi Nigel,

Excellent work

well done

Thanks for the recent comments on my images they are very much appreciated
Big_Beavis 18 5 2 England
7 Mar 2006 2:40PM
Beautiful shot Nigel, very impressive. Thanks for your kind comments on my stress shots. I will be putting an explanation on my next upload.

AlanBW 17 20 England
7 Mar 2006 10:01PM
Superb shot, very well taken
highlander 19 32 Scotland
9 Mar 2006 3:08AM
Hello Nigel, nice exposure on the water displaying beautifully the force and power from it falling, I can hear the roar and almost see the mist that surrounds such detail. Nice work.
9 Mar 2006 12:46PM
Nice shot Nigel. I have also just noticed two more of your pics "Loch Rannock" and "Afterglow" and have clicked these two. They are beautiful images and really stand out in your portfolio
Nigel_95 Plus
17 262 2 United Kingdom
9 Mar 2006 1:28PM
Thank you for all your comments and votes, I appreciate them.

jan 1 19 12 Netherlands
9 Mar 2006 11:35PM
Good one too.Was it scanned from a Transparancie?
10 Mar 2006 11:35AM
Nice pic - great job with the scanning on a pic that is 35 years old! 'Click'!

Thanks for your 'click' on one of my recent flower pics. It is much appreciated!


Nigel_95 Plus
17 262 2 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2006 4:27AM
Jan, all except three of the pictures on my portfolio are scanned from 35mm slides (transparencies). Most were scanned with a KM Dimage Scan Elite 5400 II, but some (eg cloudscape) with my First scanner, an Epson 4180.

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