- mikeguevy (794)
- [2010-09-13 9:13]
fresh as a morning dew in a parched desert. i love the sharpness of each droplet as they are suspended in space in time. it almost feels like they are attached to a glass pane.
- claudees (691)
- [2010-09-13 11:05]
Lovely shot and thanks for all the details.. Best wishes.
- Janice (34497)
- [2010-09-13 22:40]
This is a very different image from you Hansie...
50 shots - it's fun trying but you seem to have captured the water well here.
The tree in the BG - it does take the attention from the water - but I think it's better than just the grey sky.
- joopschotsman (6930)
- [2010-09-13 23:13]
Dit is waarschijnlijk de laatste foto van deze camera ? tenminste, als al dat water over de camera heen gevallen is .... ach ja, je moet er wat voor over hebben nietwaar?
Het is een mooi bevroren tafereel geworden. Jammer dat de lucht niet wat blauwer was, maar de vorm van het water komt er prachtig uit.
Splosh! Very effective composition. It almost looks like a crazy animal jumping around! I think that is a very well done picture.
- c_rapp (7535)
- [2010-09-14 10:22]
This is a very cool and successful experiment very nicely captured. Each droplet demanding the eyes attention the tree adds a little depth to the pic I think its a good addition TFS
- Kilted-Arab (8186)
- [2010-09-14 17:32]
Highest is 1/6400...? You need a Canon, mate :-)
Great idea and well executed, Hans. It's a lovely water pattern and I think the treetop in the background balances the shot very nicely. Successful experiment! Very arty.
- gokind (803)
- [2010-09-17 6:57]
Nice b&w composition with many details...Good idea and an even beter realisation...
Have a nice week...