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Small Waterfall - 03-15-09
Deadman Creek - Sonora Pass - California

March 15 - 2009 

One day I had a nice walk down Deadman Creek on the western side of Sonora Pass right around the Blue Canyon hairpin.

The was a variety of different lightings ranging from full sun to complete overcast with all the in between settings.

This caused the water to have a wide variety of different affectations.

This image has been altered with the Painter program to make it be more painterly. I love the old painting of the west and this method sort of captures the feeling of those old paintings.

This is a 6.5 megapixel image from a Nikon D100. 

 

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