A Mad River Spring

© Bob Rasmussen

A Mad River Spring

Uploaded: May 11, 2005


Loreen Smith May 11, 2005

Very nice, Bob. Can almost hear the moving water. #247882

Allan L. Plucinik May 11, 2005

Very nicely composed. Good exposure length on the water flow. Nice color saturation. My guess is that this is somewhere in New England? #1341768

Bob Rasmussen May 12, 2005

Thanks for the comments. I used a polarizer and a ND filter to extend the exposure time. The location is in the small central Vermont village of Warren. Looks like a good fall foliage place as well. Thnaks agian.

Bob #1342756

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