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Waterfalls themselves are spectacular. The power exhibited by of one of nature's forces crashing through or tunneling out rock as it makes its journey down into a waiting pool of water. All that energy can create something spectacular. It can be something as simple as rapids or more hypnotic as a whirlpool. As shown below at Dave's Falls in Wisconsin, all the wispy oxygenated water from the whirlpool shows up as white streaks due to the long exposure used to slow down the rapid movement of the water. The extremely low angle of the shot adds to the drama and makes it seem as though you are standing in the water. The bridge and fall color complete the image inviting you to take it all in.

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Matthew J. Kirsch
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Moving Water, Earth
Waterfalls themselves are spectacular.  The power exhibited by of one of nature's forces crashing through or tunneling out rock as it makes its journey down into a waiting pool of water.  All that energy can create something spectacular.  It can be something as simple as rapids or more hypnotic as a whirlpool.  As shown below at Dave's Falls in Wisconsin, all the wispy oxygenated water from the whirlpool shows up as white streaks due to the long exposure used to slow down the rapid movement of the water.  The extremely low angle of the shot adds to the drama and makes it seem as though you are standing in the water.  The bridge and fall color complete the image inviting you to take it all in.