"Ojiragawa Canyon"  © Philip Graham
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(@Mick) Mick Makin said:March 5th, 2017 (2:53am) PST
I just love water in a shot, I believe it gives a photograph energy and movement. Good use of a slow shutter speed and probably a filter to give you a long exposure....
@PhilipGraham replied: Thanks so much, Mick! Didn`t actually have a filter for this one. I was quite close though, so had to keep wiping the spray of the lens!
(@Jobe60) Johann breiner said:March 5th, 2017 (2:28am) PST
Wonderful work and great in expression. I wish you a good sunday. greetings Johann
@PhilipGraham replied: Much appreciated, Johann!
(@TimDuffus) Tim Duffus said:March 3rd, 2017 (7:35pm) PST
Wonderful work Philip......
@PhilipGraham replied: Many thanks, Tim!
(@ramonachiassongmailcom) Ramona Chiasson said:March 1st, 2017 (7:22am) PST
wonderful on plus sign...Philip
@PhilipGraham replied: Thanks so much, Ramona! Yes, I wanted to include some of that green water and as much of the waterfall as possible.
(@Jennybear) Jenny Stevens said:March 1st, 2017 (6:44am) PST
This is so terrific using the plus sign as you can see the lovely green water below. Well done Philip.
@PhilipGraham replied: Thank you, Jenny! Yes, the water was a very deep green, as it is in many of the canyons in this area.
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:March 1st, 2017 (6:30am) PST
A delightful change, Philip. What a beautiful location. Great capture of the falling water and mist.
@PhilipGraham replied: Thanks so much, Ken. It is a beautiful place, and quite quiet at this time of year.

Philip Graham
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A wee change from my usual subject matter (she was covered in cloud that day!).

A lovely canyon, with clear green water and some pretty little waterfalls.

Uploaded: Mar 1st, 2017 (12:23am)
Category: Landscape
Camera: NIKON D90
Focal Length: 50 mm
Aperture: f/32
Shutter Speed: 1/1 sec
ISO: 200

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