Transition from the soft shaped world of nature into the hard shaped industrial world… somehow they go well together 🙂
This was shot a bit further up the Lysakerelven river, than this shot from Saturday. Fåbro Fossen or Granfossen waterfall that was utilized for industrial purposes for centuries, begins in the distance.
Comments and critique are as always welcome. Let me hear your opinion, why do you like this, or even better, how would you approach this scenery. Give me your thoughts… not just a Wow!… only then I can improve :))
uberfischer and Gunnar Bangsmoen have spotted a halo in this shot….!!!! Hmmmm, not good :))))) They want to see a larger version to judge this matter better :))
So I uploaded a larger version (blurred foreground 🙂
What do think? Is there a halo in there…
Kane feels that the glow on the water might be over powering. I used a circular polarizer filter to reduce reflections, that’s why the river bottom is visible in the front. But I find it hard to reduce reflections in big surfaces when I’m shooting at 10mm (16mm fullframe eq).
In and out of Explore, thanks to all for comments and faves :))
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