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© Copyright 2001 Vele Samak

Part of Ganoga Glen waterfall at Ricketts Glen State Park


Canon D30 with 28-70L lens, 6sec, f/11, circular polarizer, gitzo tripod with AS ball head. No modifications, except for minor USM in photoshop


© Copyright 2001 Vele Samak
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I like this waterfall a lot. I was literally standing at a 60 degree

downward slope. Lucky I didn't fall. This is only the top portion of a

94 feet waterfall called Ganoga Glen. I have plenty of other photos

from the same park in PA at my site. I'd like to hear critique and

comments on the composition. Thanks,

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Composition & colour are perfect for me. There's nothing wrong here, just seen so many waterfalls I guess. The feeling is serene & is very well executed. Love that moss & the horizontal layers of rock.
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Really good job of capturing the image while preserving the lush green color; truly a challenge in moist environments like that. Your image shows that really nice waterfall photos don't have to involve huge falls. I like the diagonal line from top left to lower right.
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Vele - You did an excellent job with this photo. I like both the composition and the light. This scene reminds me of my favorite location in Ohio - Hocking Hills State Park. Very similar geology and plant life.
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Thanks for the comments. This was a departure from my typical photo trips. I actually spent more time thinking with my feet than with the zoom. I tried to visualize the location and the composition before pushing the button. It appears it was well worth it. I'll probably visit this park again in the fall when the foliage turns colors.



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