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    Cannon River

    I have been remiss in my photography activities for quite some time. Here is one from earlier this spring.
    Cannon River, Minnesota, at the mouth of Trout Brook, Dakota County
    4x5 Efke PL-100 f 250
    HC 110
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    because:
    "a squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag is fast and bulbous, got me?"
    -Don Van Vliet

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    I like the hints of motion in the river. Was there debris or algae in the water? How long was the exposure?

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    I did not write down the exposure, but I suspect that it was around 2 minutes. There was no debris or algae - the river was rolling along at a pretty good clip. It was a rainy time of the year.
    because:
    "a squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag is fast and bulbous, got me?"
    -Don Van Vliet

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    that's a very nice river scene, no remiss visible anywhere
    love the classic tree-in-the-corner, and the 'streamlines' [a fluid dynamics term]
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    Oh ya! Definitely running high and captured in a well-composed and processed photo.
    www.tommillerphoto.com

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    The brush on the lower left work with the tree in the upper right, and the other elements just fall into place.

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    george

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