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Uploaded: 02/24/05 1:17 PM GMT
Hayes Creek Falls
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This fall was almost iced over when I arived. Waited for the light to change and then captured the image.

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Morwyn
02/24/05 1:53 PM GMT
Very good, You have done it again. Don't let anyone tell you how to create your work. You have the eye for getting it right.. This is just beautiful.
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Homtail
02/24/05 4:36 PM GMT
Yeah stunning picture and beautiful colours and textures
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bjb
02/24/05 5:22 PM GMT
Beautiful composition all the way. The photo provides so much to explore. The light is perfect (if not genius), and the framing is classy with the position and level of dropshadow you chose.
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June
02/24/05 6:43 PM GMT
Robert, this is stunning I have to agree, but you knew that, you took the image and chose it to post for us. I can learn many things from your talent.
Great compostion and colours, clarity, the whole shabang!
JuneBug
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Smile and the world smiles with you! AcrossTheWorld
::arneh
02/24/05 7:50 PM GMT
Great photography and framing.....like a good painting on the grey wall. Well done, Robert !
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::beansbond
02/24/05 8:37 PM GMT
The lighting is spectacular, Bob. The wait, however cold it must have been, was certainly worthwhile! It's a beautiful presentation.
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+mayne
02/25/05 6:29 AM GMT
Nice setting for the fall...though it looked like an underground river till I read your description. The contrast is what made me think that artificial light was at work here. Looks like you could get wet here;-)
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Darryl
::RobNevin
02/25/05 2:18 PM GMT
I very much like the subtleties of your framing Bob .. even as slight as the direction of your the shadow for your frame followiing the lighting in your picture. Awesome. The grey "wall" behind your picture was an excellent colour choice as well nicely presenting your framed shot. It takes a lot of patience sometimes waiting for the clouds to part for 'just that right moment'. You found it. 10/F
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d_spin_9
03/03/05 5:56 AM GMT
this is an awesome shot. to me it looks like it was quite bright, and close to the middle of the day from the angle of the light, yet you managed to get at least a 1/4 second exposure. were you using a ND, or was it just a bit darker than i imagine? the details are fantastic, with only the bottom right shadow being distracting, yet the ice detail in it keeps your eye in the picture. i cant wait for when this site alows any aspect ratio, because although this is one of the best boarders i've seen on a vertical image, i'd still prefer pictures like this without, because the huge wide window it opens makes the image look skinnier than it shoud, but thats just me griping about my own pictures really, this one is great
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::Neamh
10/19/05 10:17 PM GMT
The light is superb and with the textures and flowing water this is a jem.The border is of course perfect.
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.auline
11/24/05 2:04 PM GMT
Gorgeous !! I just love this beautiful photo. Thank you for sharing.

Auline
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