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Pat Di Fruscia


Free Member, St-Lazare

A River Runs Thru It

Taken inside Zion National Park in a place called the Narrows, Utah, USA. Cannot say enough about this incredible place. This is the kind of place you could go every single day and always come back with stunning images. For this shot, what first attracted my eye was the contrast between the green trees and the canyon walls. Nature's color palette at it's best. To get the right angle I had to be knee deep in the cold water with my camera firmly attached to my tripod. The hardest part was not to get any drops of water splashing in my lens.

F-stop: f/22
Shutter speed: 1 sec
Scanner: Canonscan FS4000US
Filter: Singh-Ray Warming Polarizer
Lens: Minolta AF 24-105 (D)
Camera: Minolta Maxxum 7
Format: 35 mm slide
Film: Fuji Velvia 50

Comments 36

  • DaDe Jelmini 01/30/2007 20:27

    very very beautiful color...gooood shot
    D
  • Allan Thompson 02/10/2006 19:27

    Great sharpness in the foreground as well as background ,and an excellent shutter speed chosen to blur the water!!
  • Elaine Liebenbaum 01/26/2006 16:02

    I love this place more than anything, and am so sad that I didnt have a good camera or the knowledge of photography that I have now when I was there.
    But congradulations to your great shot. You deserved this gallery star.
    elaine
  • Valfoto 01/25/2006 17:41

    Fantastic work
    Regards, Manuel
  • Ricardo Machado 01/23/2006 23:02

    Excelent colors and acomposition.
    Rgds
  • Awadh Al Hamzani 01/23/2006 8:31

    Fantastic !!!!
  • Jacqueline Chay 01/23/2006 5:26

    jSuperb
  • Robert van der Sanden 01/22/2006 17:59

    Hey, a debate about the FG... IMHO the boulder at the bottom gives a solid base to the composition and the blue area forms a good "resting point" for the eye, as opposed to the rest of the image, which has a lot more detail. To me that's a strong point in this picture. I like it that way.
    Greetings, Robert
  • Sergio Pessolano 01/22/2006 16:03

    Superb impact about composition, colors, motion... ertainly pro.
  • Liz Collet 01/22/2006 16:03

    PRO
  • Patricia. F. 01/22/2006 16:03

    pro
  • Armin Volkmann 01/22/2006 16:03

    pro
  • n o r B Ä R t 01/22/2006 16:03


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    > * PRO * <
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  • Katjuschka W. 01/22/2006 16:03

    PRO!
  • Peter Kis kalóz 01/22/2006 16:03

    Very unique style, Pro
  • Robert Riley 01/22/2006 16:03

    The comments from Ruud and Paul are very interesting. I go with Paul. It would go on my wall. PRO
  • Kay Wölfle 01/22/2006 16:03

    Taking into account what Patrick had to endure when taking the picture its more than a pro :-)
  • Jacky Kobelt 01/22/2006 16:03

    amazing !
    PRO
  • Kim Clauson 01/22/2006 16:03

    Superb! Excellent! PRO!
  • Jaime Crystal Attenborough 01/22/2006 16:03

    wow this is amazing.
    PRO
  • Dominic Falcone 01/22/2006 16:03

    PRO
  • Jan Van Der Hooft 01/22/2006 16:03

    Great shot and colours PrO
  • Darinka Mladenovic 01/22/2006 16:03

    PRO
  • JVision 01/22/2006 16:03

    pro
  • ~Merlin~ 01/22/2006 16:03

    pro

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