Moving Water

It’s fun to play about with slower exposures and moving water, although sometimes I find it’s hard to achieve the actual creative effect I visualise in my mind’s eye before pressing the shutter. But last month’s storms with such heavy rainfall left a swollen river ripe for capturing, and these are some of my favourite more artistic shots from the worst of it. It was snowing a bit, so the sky was relatively dark, and the water was flowing so fast it was possible to hand hold the camera and still succeed with minimal camera shake πŸ™‚

Water Water Everywhere

Fandango’s One Word Challenge: Visualise

10 thoughts on “Moving Water

  1. I have always love capturing flowing water with the blur of softness like you did in your first photos. Great shots, it makes me want to experiment again when I see a stream or a waterfall.

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