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    A few rocks - a little water and a gentle breeze

    Itís funny how the juxtaposition of the simplest of elements can become the most fascinating to watch - smooth river rocks and clear water with a gentle westerly breeze - I spent 45 minutes watching the breeze play across the surface of this pond - and took only a handful of images - might go back to try a few more

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    A few rocks - a little water and a gentle breeze

    A few rocks - a little water and a gentle breeze

    A few rocks - a little water and a gentle breeze

    A few rocks - a little water and a gentle breeze

    A few rocks - a little water and a gentle breeze

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    re: A few rocks - a little water and a gentle breeze

    I think each one makes a great base for a good texture study but there's too much going on to focus on any one aspect of the shot. It almost makes me dizzy.

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    Re: A few rocks - a little water and a gentle breeze

    Hi Kimber and welcome to CiC,

    Firstly, if you have a look in My Profile you can add your first name under the heading Real Name and it will come up in the left hand margin. We try to keep things informal and address each other by our first names.

    I do like these and I am sure those here who love textures will swoon over them.

    I can see you sitting on the bank watching the scene. Great exposures and well captrued.

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    Re: A few rocks - a little water and a gentle breeze

    Hi Kimber,

    These are nice shots. I find them very therapeutic & they de-stress me when I view them. I can imagine how much the river had done to you over the 45-min period. BTW, did you use a polarising filter for these shots?

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