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Peter Iden


Free Member, Brampton, Ontario

Thunder in the Woods

At the end of a long quiet paddle, the reward waits in the form of a
large waterfall. Notice the black rocks. They are common in many
smaller Canadian rivers. I will not explain this in detail, but it is
due to certain minerals which the water picks up while flowing
through rocky areas. After the falls, the water eventually becomes
crystal-clear, as it gets deeper and no longer flows over rocks.

Comments 1

  • Cees Kuijs 04/09/2007 10:05

    A very good composition with use of the natural framing. A pity that the waterfall itself is overshined.
    You can avoid that by setting the E/V one or two steps in minus :-))
    Greetings, Cees