Plym

Plym

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Dartmoor's River Plym tumbling through falls at North Wood.
20/05/2014 - 16:36morpheus71
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Mac

Link Posted 20/05/2014 - 16:59
That is a very well composed shot!

The two brown stones balance it wonderfully.
Mac from Montreal

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Last Edited by Mac on 20/05/2014 - 17:00

morpheus71

Link Posted 20/05/2014 - 17:10
Mac wrote:
That is a very well composed shot!

The two brown stones balance it wonderfully.

Thank you for noticing Mac Appreciate your encouraging comments
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GIULIO57

Link Posted 20/05/2014 - 19:14

PPG

drobbia

Link Posted 20/05/2014 - 19:21
A photographic Ravels' Bolero. This image brings the crescendo to my eyes. Thanks for this image it is spectacular technically and produced perfectly. tg
"It's not what you look at that's important, it's what you see" - Thoreau
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alulacheery

Link Posted 20/05/2014 - 21:09
I really like the impact the movement in this image brings, very well done.

autumnlight

Link Posted 20/05/2014 - 22:26
I love to hear the noise of water, the water flowing off the rocks reminds me of a plaited hairstyle, beautiful shot.
Kind regards Maria

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graysummers

Link Posted 21/05/2014 - 08:01
Impressive series. A passage so beautifully framed.
"The Latent Image that exists before development is a truly mystical and exciting entity and some subsequent individual photographs can make the spine tingle."

Good Fortune:

Gray Summers. Website www.graysummers.com

morpheus71

Link Posted 21/05/2014 - 23:59
GIULIO57 wrote:

Thanks Giulio
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morpheus71

Link Posted 22/05/2014 - 00:03
drobbia wrote:
A photographic Ravels' Bolero. This image brings the crescendo to my eyes. Thanks for this image it is spectacular technically and produced perfectly. tg

Wow! Thank you ever so much for such a generous accolade It was most hypnotic to see this tumbling rapid so close up, thanks to a great boulder I could sit upon that jutted out into the main channel.
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morpheus71

Link Posted 22/05/2014 - 00:04
alulacheery wrote:
I really like the impact the movement in this image brings, very well done.

Thank you indeed The magnitude of its power was humbling, but it had a grace to it that was alluring too
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morpheus71

Link Posted 22/05/2014 - 00:05
autumnlight wrote:
I love to hear the noise of water, the water flowing off the rocks reminds me of a plaited hairstyle, beautiful shot.

I like your analogy Maria about the hair If it can conjure up accompanying sounds, I am glad. Many Thanks indeed
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morpheus71

Link Posted 22/05/2014 - 00:14
graysummers wrote:
Impressive series. A passage so beautifully framed.

Many Thanks indeed Gray - it was a very enjoyable mini-series to produce. Lucky to get several pleasing photographs accomplished in my 30 minute lunch break, from having attended a meeting for work also out on the moors. Having spent a fair amount of time there in the past, it was maybe easier to 'tune in' to the voices of the river and its subtle details than for someone on their first visit with such a timescale.

With all the rivers and brooks I have explored, it is pleasantly to find revelations of new parts to study upon subsequent visits.


"To know fully even one field or one land is a lifetime's experience. In the world of poetic experience it is depth that counts, not width. A gap in a hedge, a smooth rock surfacing a narrow lane, a view of a woody meadow, the stream at the junction of four small fields - these are as much as a man can fully experience."


Patrick Kavanagh
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Last Edited by morpheus71 on 22/05/2014 - 00:18
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