Waterfall, Govett's Creek

Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales


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This was taken very late on a wet, drab day which explains both the deep shadows and the "angel hair" effect of the water. In fact, the latter was partly artistic choice and partly necessity - it was so dark that, in order to use a small enough aperture to get decent depth of field, the exposure was around 30 seconds. I know lugging a tripod around can be a trial, but it's one of the simplest ways to improve your photography - by slowing you down and by making more images possible.

Shot on Kodachrome Professional ISO 25 using a Nikon F801 and an AF 50mm f1.8 lens.