The idea of this composition is to show the beautiful rock texture and the color of the water. With that in mind I have my flow in with the waterfalls in background. Flow out of the water at the bottom right corner of the composition. The tripod was set low to eliminate some water in the upper pool. On the left of the composition the rock in foreground gives added depth. I experimented with various shutter speeds to obtain character in the water. The water here is a wonderful turquoise blue. There is just enough green to give a final touch. There is also a little wildflower growing on the rock in the foreground. This location was in the Wolf Lake area North of Kukagami Lake region.
That is it for now. Thank you for stopping by. Until next time happy trails
9 thoughts on “The River Flows”
I love this! Love the techniques you’ve used to achieve it. :’)
Thank you Liam
Love it, Ken!
How goes your summer?
Spending lots of time outdoors 🙂 Looks like you are, too! Hope you’re enjoying yourself!
I am. I was photographing at Wiki Powwow on weekend. Maureen and I are off to Pukaskwa National Park for a week
Lucky you — I’d love to hike there! Have fun!!
I love how the flow of the water just melts over the rocks and then suddenly changes into a rush of urgency! It’s amazing how you are able to capture the water flow so precisely!! Great stuff Ken 🙂
Thank you folks.