Monday, June 21, 2010

The Brink of Lower Yellowstone Falls

I love moving water. From brooks and creeks, to rivers and waterfalls, one can become absorbed a range of moods. Water is like a dance, both in sound and in movement, from placid, calm waltzes to pulsating, chaotic disco.

On the brink of Lower Yellowstone Falls, the roar is deafening and the water swift. With the camera, however, action can be stilled and detail seen. I love these two pictures, both for their jade green colors as well as for the multiple manifestations of the water--droplets, spray, solid flow. I did not see those aspects with my eyes. I only appreciated them after I downloaded the images.

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