Precarious perch

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Precarious perch

Jason A. Hall 10/28/2007 4:22:39 PM

Nice one Tim,did you try any other exposure lengths? I think something around 1.5 secs here would show more detail/motion in the falling water-just a thought but this is great anyway. #773028

Tiia Vissak 10/29/2007 1:57:04 AM

Wow! A beautiful capture! #4997986

Tim Heimel 10/29/2007 4:52:53 AM

Thank you Jason and Tiia! I did not alter exposures - simply stopped down for depth of field and let the camera determine time. Thanks for the advice - digital "film" is cheap and it would be interesting to see the difference the exposure time makes. #4998627

Linda Blair 10/29/2007 5:33:12 AM

Very beautiful...excellent capture!!! ☺ #4998830

Lisa J. Boulden 10/30/2007 4:58:45 AM

Beautiful with wonderful comp!
--Lisa #5003857

Tim Heimel 10/30/2007 2:00:03 PM

Thanks Linda & Lisa - your positive comments are appreciated. So many talented shooters on this web site! #5005905

Chuck Bruton 11/2/2007 11:40:18 AM

Great capture for fall
Good job #5019752

Tim Heimel 11/3/2007 5:53:23 AM

Thank you for your encouragement Chuck! #5022431

Kay E. Mahoney 11/26/2007 4:13:31 PM

Congratulations on your finalist, Tim. #5128091

Tim Heimel 12/2/2007 10:47:44 AM

Thank you Kay - I am honored to have submitted a worthy image - given the ever-increasing quality of submittals in this forum. #5159722

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Description

Two colorful leaves momentarily stranded as the flow of the brook relentlessly continues to the river.
Tripod - F25 (Aperture priority) 2.5 second exposure with circular polarizer and #3 ND filter

Uploaded on 10/28/2007 4:08:22 PM

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