I have always had a fascination with water in all its' forms. This fall and winter it manifests in rivers, streams and creeks. Although an oversimplification the subject movie title is a metaphor for Life. I love it when it displays power, whimsy and serenity often in the same image. These are all parts of the large and small Gunpowder Rivers that run southeast in northern Baltimore suburbs depositing their liquid into the Chesapeake Bay. Enjoy, Pat
Nicely done. I like them.
Nicely done! Here's what I liked: You included a photo at an exposure that we see with our eyes and when you applied your artistic touch, you didn't overdo it. At least it was to my taste. Question that maybe you or someone can answer: When you download your images and apply the UHH provided zoom, the image hardly changes. Anyone know why?
Very, nice work, Pat! I like your treatment of the light in #2.
Thank you all for the nice comments. I hike the state park trails here in fall &winter for both exercise and photo ops. I find the lighting much better than the deep shade and dappled sunlight of spring/summer when trees are in leaf. John, I have never tried the UHH zoom feature-where does one find it? When I first attempted posting I found my files too large so I gradually downsized them in Lightroom export until they fit and settled on 2000 pixels in the long dimension. If anyone can answer your question it is likely Paul Sager (Chg_Canon).
Pat - When you download the image there is a little magnifying glass in the photo with a + sign. Move and
click it for a digital crop to check detail and sharpness. On your photos it hardly moved the needle for some reason. Try it on photos from someone else. Really liked you photos though.
Very appealing set of images. I am especially fond of the lighting in the second one.
Nice--the third one is my favorite.
Looks like a pretty place. I particularly liked the second one. The sunbeam is really nice and the water hasn't been slurried.