“A Trickle”


I shot this little trickle of water between these two large boulders at Clifty Falls State Park the other day, just enough flow to add a little interest to the image, not a great shot but one that I enjoyed taking. It was a pleasant scene that you can usually capture if you take your camera along with you on your hikes, thanks for taking a look.

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8 thoughts on ““A Trickle”

  1. montucky

    That’s a scene I’m really comfortable with. I love that spot where the stream of water enters the pool. You captured that just right!

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  2. Photo Buffet

    Bernie, I like the thoughtful perspective that went into this picture. I like how you’ve stood off to the side so the waterfall is tucked back a ways, and that immense rock wall steals the show. Really rich tones–nice work!

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  3. paintingartist

    Looks like a wonderland. Very nicely framed. I would guess that if you would have included more it would have lost its magic. You have a wonderful eye for picking out what matters. Bernie you don’t think so but I think it is a very awesome shot. Some artists teach you that one form to look for is an L shape and this has it. Good contrast and color.

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  4. aullori

    See,.. if I was a kid … and I was wandering onto this spot on a really hot and humid day I’d do two things; first, I’d strip down to my skivvies and dive right in, cool off, then drop a pole in to see if anything was biting. Now, of course, nothing would bite because I just messed up the complete serenity of the picture didn’t I? and all the fish would be hiding under the rocks terrified … wait? Now I’m just babbling and your words are implying you don’t like this one much.. (your eye tells a different story however..) This is a beautiful shot – well, to me anyway and probably anyone who’s messed up a one or two of these picturesque scenes. I’m with Monarch – Bravo!

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