Snowy woodland creek

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Vancampen Brook in January. Not new but new to this forum
D70, 12-24dx wi polarizer
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I loved these the first time I saw them, and I still do!

Great captures (and a great eye) Craig!
 
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Great shots Craig. You have the water looking the way I have tried to get it some of my shots, with not so great results. What was the exposure time you used?

Chet
 

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Craig,

Nice shots. The water looks ghostly but my eye is drawn to the red rock or mud below the water.

Excellent work, thanks for sharing.
 
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super_rep said:
Great shots Craig. You have the water looking the way I have tried to get it some of my shots, with not so great results. What was the exposure time you used?

Chet
Thanx Chet. these were shot at 2secs. was overcast and snowing so could get 2secs at about f11-16. the polarizer takes away one stop of light.
 
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Patrick Bramlett said:
Craig,

Nice shots. The water looks ghostly but my eye is drawn to the red rock or mud below the water.

Excellent work, thanks for sharing.
Thankyou Pat. It's rock. high iron ore.
 
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CraigH. said:
Patrick Bramlett said:
Craig,

Nice shots. The water looks ghostly but my eye is drawn to the red rock or mud below the water.

Excellent work, thanks for sharing.
Thankyou Pat. It's rock. high iron ore.

Beautiful and interesting images Craig. Thanks for letting us see them.

However, a question - how does iron ore get high? ;)












Thank you! Thank you! I'll be appearing here all week. Please bring more vegetables.

Neil
 
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Amazing composotions Graig!

I like the way you show the different colors, white and red (with a little green) and of course the perfect milky smooth effect of the water! :D

Excellent work :!:
 
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Beautiful and interesting images Craig. Thanks for letting us see them.

However, a question - how does iron ore get high? ;)

looks like Panama Red. :)












Thank you! Thank you! I'll be appearing here all week. Please bring more vegetables.

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Craig,

We have to get together one day. I'm not that familiar with Sussex County.
 

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