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No trout ascend the icy Rhine Falls

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No trout ascend the icy Rhine Falls

 

 

 

 

M6, Kodachrome 200, Nikon Coolscan 9000, Vuescan, Lightroom 5, Schaffhausen, Suisse, 2006.

 

 

 

 

http://www.l-camera-forum.com/leica-forum/leica-m-type-240/314052-risked-life-limb-get-shot-7000-a-10.html

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Excellent shot with great tones, sharpness and composition. I think there is a place for the creamy, smooth presentation of flowing water at slow shutter speeds, but there also is the razor sharp droplets of water from the high speed shutter. It is the place for the photographer to decide how to present the water. I like either way depending on how the water is composed.

 

Paul

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Lovely tones and composition and there is always a fascination and beauty to behold in the movement of water. I am in complete agreement with Paul.

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ah....... but have you found your inner trout ????

Don't like icy trout, only well-cooked, - but I'm still looking for the meaning of that idiomatic expression. Couldn't you give me a hint, please?

 

 

Here's a little softer version of the icy Rhine Falls:

 

 

 

 

M6, Kodachrome 200, Nikon Coolscan 9000, Vuescan, Lightroom 5, Schaffhausen, Suisse, 2006.

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