Magnificent photos, as usual. I really like #2 and #3, Rob. Any particular reason you did not clone out that bare stick in the top center of the third photo?
What do you think about a 4x5 crop for the first one, cropping out some of the bright rocks on the right?
Wow... Lovely place, Rob.
I look at places like this & I think of retiring. (I am just 26)
If I had hellllluva money & didn't have to work, this is the kind of place I would love to live in.
Cor, was they hand held. Was you lying down on the bank. Nice water colour. Around here it is sort of brownish.
You get great shots out of that G1 Rob. No need to comment on photographic skills which can be taken as read. I can't make up my mind between 2 or 3 as my favourite. The mill is too central for my eye in the first.
No 3 for me. Beautiful spot and beautifully shot. Must get there one day.....
The movement of the water is captured perfectly for me - many photographers seem to overdo this effect, losing the liquid behind bands of white fog. Rob's photos conjure not only the flow but also the sound of the stream.
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Sorry, Rob. Can't do it... too complicated.Don't be silly. I'm waiting for Jiro to do it for me.
I like #1 and #3. For me it seems to tell a distinct story compared to the composition on #2. Stellar shots as always from your side.
Rob, personally, I like #3 the most. The rock in the left hand bottom corner splitting the stream is perfectly balanced by the structure in the top RH corner. Real Nat-Geo stuff, man, I love it.
Lovely images.. I like them all but, #'s 2&3 are my favorites. I could easily have spent a whole day shooting there...
i realy like the no3 well done Rob!!
i have to buy a polarised filter