Rumbling River
The Rocks, Slave River, Fort Smith
 One of the best times of day to shoot is before dawn, as in, before the sun crests the horizon. Another reason this is a good time to shoot is it’s one of the few times of day you can get a fairly even exposure without the help of GND (Gradual neutral density) filters. One of the reasons I like this time of day is that there are hardly any shadows, and those that are there are very soft, diluted and inconspicuously dormant as they bleed out of smooth stones. I am standing towards the middle of the rapids of the drowned, when the tide is fully out and the gushing water in front of me is such a mammoth amount of energy that you can feel the river’s power underneath bare feet. A thunderous tickle from the Rumbling River
Feb 21, 2011 / 1 note

Rumbling River

The Rocks, Slave River, Fort Smith

¬†One of the best times of day to shoot is before dawn, as in, before the sun crests the horizon. Another reason this is a good time to shoot is it’s one of the few times of day you can get a fairly even exposure without the help of GND (Gradual neutral density) filters. One of the reasons I like this time of day is that there are hardly any shadows, and those that are there are very soft, diluted and inconspicuously¬†dormant as they bleed out of smooth stones. I am standing towards the middle of the rapids of the drowned, when the tide is fully out and the gushing water in front of me is such a mammoth amount of energy that you can feel the river’s power underneath bare feet. A thunderous tickle from the¬†Rumbling River

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