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Autumnal Falls

By tg  
An autumnal image from Scalebor Force. I arrived here after some recent rainfall to enjoy the falls in all their glory. The overcast conditions and use of a circular polariser helped boost those Autumnal colours.

The exposure was about a third of a second at f22 if I recall correctly.

As always, all comments welcome.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: Arty, Bob_V, luckybry and 25 more

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Bob_V Plus
10 1 2 United States
27 Nov 2009 3:40PM
Simply gorgeous, fabulous color and water movement.

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27 Nov 2009 3:41PM
this must be one of the best water shots i have seen whats the secret grt work
picturistic 8 7 7 Wales
27 Nov 2009 3:45PM
lovely tranquil capture, well done

27 Nov 2009 3:47PM
Lovely shot, plenty of water about & you have a great exposure making the water all milky, just how I like waterfalls to look like, there is also some nice colour in there too. Regards Peter.
27 Nov 2009 3:49PM
That is amazing!
superb shot,great water effect
tg Plus
13 86 Scotland
27 Nov 2009 4:09PM
Thanks for your comments. The overcast conditions and use of a circular polariser helped capture those wonderful Autumnal colours.
A fantastic shot,
Smashing amount of details, with great exposure.

What a superb shot - excellent !

WildLight Plus
10 145 3 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2009 4:18PM
Great movement in the water.

Well done,

Mynett Plus
9 142 6 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2009 5:34PM
that is lovely

27 Nov 2009 6:31PM
Great image.I can never get enough of this type of shot.

The clarity does it for me here Thomas. Grand image from a well documented spot.

maryg Plus
9 66 18 Scotland
27 Nov 2009 6:42PM
Wonderful clarity and colour and love the water movement. memo to self replace the circular polariser lying somewhere at Loch nah Achlaise.
Regards Mary

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