Frozen Droplets

  • Thursday, November 4, 2010
  • Chad
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  • This was also taken in the Helper area. If you have seen the trains on Scotts blog,this is the river running next to the tracks.

    8 comments:

    Scott said...

    Oh nooooooo! It's too early for ice in our streams. This is a great capture. It's interesting to see how HDR does with the moving water.

    Rocket Man said...

    Cool effect!

    Stacey Dawn said...

    Beautiful Chad...

    darlin said...

    Ohhh, I just LOVE this! Now this is exactly what I am aiming to learn how to do, the HDR! I love the 3D look and you've done this one amazingly well! Super duper fantastic shot(s)! :-)

    Rick said...

    I always like the soft effect on water with the slower shutter speed. And the ice adds that (real) cool look to the stream - sign of things to come.

    Barefoot from Heaven said...

    Hi there Chad, love this one (sorry I'm getting a bit bored with my words for you but they do get straight out of my heart). It's hard to find original words for your beauties.
    And I love the softness and cool thing at the same time.
    Hugs D.

    Karen said...

    Is it really time for ice and frozen stuff?? Sigh. Love this image, though. I especially like the contrast between the green mossy stuff and the soft, warm colors of the rocks. One could almost ignore the ice and pretend this is a lovely summer/fall scene!

    Jeanne Klaver said...

    Ice and moss-great shot!

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