Nantahala Waterfall

© Gordon McGregor

Nantahala Waterfall

Uploaded: September 09, 2004 08:43:22

Description

Taken around 2pm in the Nantahala gorge after hiking around 7 miles with my camera. Used a really small table top tripod, and a polariser to remove some sheen and allow me to use a longer exposure. This gives me a very tranquil forest feel. Very strong leading diagonal and lots of triangles around the frame, lead you through the shot.

28-135 IS lens, at around 135mm

Comments

Cathy Barrows September 09, 2004

very pretty...love the strong turns and angles in this little falls #167124

Guy D. Biechele level-classic September 09, 2004

Beautiful light and composition! #764839

Duane Carter September 09, 2004

Very beautiful and well composed, great eye, Gordon!!! #764842

Cora Miller level-addict September 09, 2004

Lovely light, excellent exposure, and wonderful composition! #766209

Robert Mann level-classic October 15, 2004

Awesome colors, textures and capture of the flow of the stream, Gordon! Congrats on your finalist selection and good luck! RoB #845871

Duane Carter October 16, 2004

Congratulations, Gordon!!!! #847709

Murry Grigsby October 16, 2004

Congrats Gordon! #848299

Wanda Judd level-addict October 18, 2004

Gordon, congratulation...this is a great shot...very surreal mood. #853578

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