Water on the Move

Water on the Move

Water on the Move | Nikon D700 | Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G VR |122mm. | 1/250 | F5.6 | ISO 800

Iceland | Þingvellir | The moves of the water in between the rocks fascinated me.

(looks best full screen; click once; and once more on the next image and then F11.)

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16 comments
  1. very nice shot and it works well in b/w

  2. Awesome shot!!! Looks just like quicksilver, fantastic…

    • Thanks, Terje. And that while I was aiming straight down.. 😉

      • Sometimes that’s more than enough, specially on Iceland. Some years ago I said during a lecture with my islandic images that every square meter on Iceland is a wonderful world of possible images. 🙂

  3. One of the things I like about this photograph is the unexpectedness- the rocks look almost as smooth as running water and the water looks like some kind of layered sedimentary rock. Very striking!

  4. Bjorn said:

    Artfully done, my friend. I love how the image is broken up into a series of surfaces and how the water is more textured at the boundaries. Your image processing reinforces these elements.

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