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    Glint

    From another trip to the waterfall up Route 72, this time with a Zero Image 2000 camera.

    Ilford XP2 Super film. Five second exposure.

    Falls-1.jpg
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    500+ Posts Isis's Avatar
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    See why you call it that, the reflection from the rock really grabs you and controls the image
    Regards Shane
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    One more featuring the same "glinty" rock, though not quite so prominently:

    Falls-6.jpg
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    I like the second a bit better than the first, good either way however.

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    beautiful... i think the second is my favorite of the two also... there is beautiful contrast and tonal range. that line of trees in the background is lovely

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    The second one is my favorite too, I think the trees add a lot to the mood of the picture.

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    I like them both but agree with the others.. the second one has a nice mood.
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    ( pinholes and solargraphs mixed in among the rest)

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    The composition of the second image is superior and the rock is no so dominant. A very nice picture.
    -_- Best wishes from Switzerland, René -_- my photos on flickr

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