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I wasn't going to submit this orignally, since I just submitted a photo that is pretty much the same thing... but I like this one. I think because of the sharp focus on the rocks.
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:iconborntoridehorses9793:
wow this is really amazing! I like it very much! very nice!
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eeds Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2007
that effect or substance, that percieves the water as soft mist is enchanting.

~eeds[link]
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2007   Photographer
:wow: Great!!! The brown-yellow tones are very intensive and the stones and leaves look very sharp. The leaves anyway are a great thing in this photo.:+fav:
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wiidlund Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2007
Amazing! love it! :D
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Salena99 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2007
It's so cool how you got the moving water blury and rushing and everything else is standing still. :+fav:
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ranter69 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2007
i like it i got one kinda like it in my gallery but I have the same problem, you should have used an ND fiter for that long of an exposure to prevent the white from the water from getting such hot spots. Unless you used one and still got them then i feel like an arsehole. Anyways if you didnt use one its somthing to remember next time you do a shot like this
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Hamleto Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2006
peccato per quelle foglie tirate a lucido...
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Greg-McKinnon Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2006   Photographer
Absolutly perfect, the composition with the rocks is great too ^^ and the leaves
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shorty Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2006   Photographer
hmm...i think i missed this one :o anyways, nice one again. you're really good at taking water scenes :nod:
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Lurking-Shadow-Wolf Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2006
that's amazing
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:iconalienshore:
AlienShore Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks :)
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Lurking-Shadow-Wolf Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2006
yup. your welcome.
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Arachia Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2006
It's lovely too ^^
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justdont Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2006
Beautiful photo!
I loved it...

Good job! ^^;
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Wallborg Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2006
really nice! I love your photos. The flow in this picture is awesome and I like those maple leaves just lying there.
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Yume-Kitsune Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2006   Photographer
I will never see anything like this where I live, which makes it that much more attractive to me.. I miss seeing the signs of autumn, and seeing hills and streams in the woods... I need to go back up north!
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AlienShore Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh yeah... I miss the beaches of the south. I grew up where you live now. Thanks :)
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Yume-Kitsune Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2006   Photographer
Well, the beaches where I live pretty much suck.. From what I'm told, though, Florida's west coast beaches, and some beaches about an hour or two north and south of where I live, are FAR better. But in Cocoa Beach area.. They suck.. Greenish/brownish water, not the clear blue that tourists expect, no fine, white sand.. Don't I wish, though!
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AlienShore Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
I grew up in Jacksonville, I'll take any beach I can get :lol:
I'd like to visit some of the prettier beaches of Florida. I want to see Blowing Rocks Preserve :)
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Yume-Kitsune Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2006   Photographer
Personally, I've never seen any of the prettier parts of Florida. I've lived in this town for almost 10 years now, and we've never been able to afford any vacations, or the like..
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AlienShore Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Yeah, I know how you feel. My girlfriend and I can't really afford to do much of anything. It's fortunate for me that there are so many trails and preserves in our area.

The only part of Florida I've ever really been to is Jacksonville/Orlando/Daytona. I guess whenever we did take a vacation it was out of state.
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Yume-Kitsune Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2006   Photographer
It seems amazing, the places around where you live. =] I wish there was something like that near me.. Oh, well, I live about 45 miles east of Orlando. Been there once or twice, but never for anything very interesting.. Been through Jacksonville and Daytona, but just barely. If I still lived in Texas or West Virginia, especially, I'd have far better things to take pictures of. But Florida is just so boring where I live..
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AlienShore Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Yeah, there are some pretty nature preserves around here. Florida is different. It's not an ugly state by any means. You get amazing weather there, there are some beautiful beaches (even the ones that don't feature bright blue water).

You should try doing some long exposures during storms. I've never attempted it myself, and I've heard it can be tricky, but I'm sure you could eventually capture some lightning. The trick is to use a tiny aperture and a low ISO speed (or slow film).

Or you could visit a beach during sunrise or sunset. The light is really amazing for just a few minutes a day. The light is really the thing you want to feature, not necessarily the sunset. Long exposures of the waves crashing looks nice. Solkku has a lot of shots like that.

If you have any jetties it could be a cool subject. And of course, you could always check out nature trails in your area: [link] (sorry if I told you about this already... I keep forgetting who I've already mentioned it to). There won't likely be any waterfalls or anything considering how flat the state is, but it's not unlikely to come across some streams with rushing water.

Just some ideas :)
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mile2smile Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2006
First of all i love your work. :rose:
Can i ask you- Ive been trying to do shots like this and im good at taking the quick shutter speed crystal clear water but how do you get it soft looking, is that just a slow shutter speed? if so how low do i go and is there any other tip you can give me? Thanks
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AlienShore Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks :)
The soft water is from the slow shutter speed. I usually go slower than 2/3 of a second. The slower the speed, the softer the water. As far as other tips go... you could use things like tiny apertures and neutral density filters to get longer shutter speeds.
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mile2smile Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2006
Thanks so much!

:rose: :hug:
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mile2smile Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2006
Thanks so much! :rose: :hug:
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Arachia Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2006
It's lovely too. ^^
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siddyboy Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2006   Photographer
lucky u did submit this 1 cos this is once again awsome
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afireinsidedc Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006   Photographer
I really like the contradiction between the soft water and the sharp rocks, nice!
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mutrus Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006
That is really gorgeous! :thumbsup:
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Crzyblueskyz Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
Gorgeous! :)
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passionphoto Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006   Photographer
stunning, great job :)
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ZeroVerde Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006  Student
this is brilliantly amazing.
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Vovin84 Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
Very beautiful! :wow:
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jakethesnake999 Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
Great colors, detail, and composition. Very nice image.
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dj-designs Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
Lovely, such clarity on the stones.
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AlienShore Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks :)
I like your new icon... reminds me a little of your old one (not the last one... the oooollllllddddd one)
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lucky-loser Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
brilliant colors, nice use of long exposure!
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killer46 Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
cute photo
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maleko Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
Beautiful shot!
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Lancey-chan Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
An Autumn leaf trapped and left to die,
as lifes vibrant torrent rushes by.
A gust of wind would help me in,
to join the cascading, tumultuous din.
Ur piece inspired this single verse, may i use it pls :)
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AlienShore Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
The verse, or the photo?
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Lancey-chan Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
the photo to illustrate my verse
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:iconalienshore:
AlienShore Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Ah, sure, no problem. I'd be honored, thanks! :)
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Lancey-chan Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
Ty, i dont know how to add links an stuff, but will type a credit to it.lol i'm a bit pc illiterate, sorry.
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:iconalienshore:
AlienShore Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks :)
For future reference, you can add a link by just pasting the address (at least here on DA).
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namioevangelista Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
Beautiful!
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jchsoad Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
i love this shot, gives a great fall vibe. witht e fallen leaves the great capture of the water and the rock nice and pointy.
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:iconalienshore:
AlienShore Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks :)
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Oct 8, 2005, 2:46:22 PM
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