I love how you first look at the waterfall and see how big it is and then as you look at the whole picture your eyes draw focus on the people and the bottom and you realize actually how big the water fall really is....love it!
Making this image in B/W, makes it stand-out. I am not sure, whether it would have the same effect if it was done in color. The silver white waterfall (great use of motion blur) stands out against the adjoining darker areas (hills). Couple of persons standing at the base of the waterfall, also gives the scene a scale and a context. However, looking at the image, I am not able to assert the time of the day when it was captured. If the photographer would be kind enough to let us know, when it was shot along with the settings etc., It would be great. In all, a nice photograph ! Congratulations !!
very nice!!! I love this waterfall
Now i am sure after all the photos of Iceland that it is a piece of heaven and i don't care if i can't read the names
Great pic. I immediately recognized the scene. Funny that we had roughly the same idea on how to picture this great waterfall. Here's mine: http://goo.gl/xY3QLe
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I just returned from a trip to Iceland and although I never saw this waterfall, Gullfoss, another waterfall there was one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen.
@Once again true that
@Jórunn GuðlaugsdóttirAll to your credit! Congratulations...
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