Fot this challenge of perspective and composition I have chosen a favourite location and topic. It is of or at a small waterfall which we had found during the late spring or early summer of 2012.
This waterfall is only a few kilometers from our home. I go to see it and photograph it as often as I can. My most recent photo of it was taken on Sunday of this past weekend.
At the same occassion I took a picture of the falls without a slow shutter so you can see how the falls appeared naturally with no shutter adjustment as is shown above: notice the difference in the appearance of the fall of the water. The last photo above shows a choppy appearing flow. The change in shutter speed has made quite a difference.
I have tried to photograph these falls in different seasons. The next photos show snow on the ground although the falls were flowing freely.. The water movement over the falls seem more controlled in these photos. I don't know if the frigid temperature was an influence or not on the water movement.
And I was intententionaly leaving my summer photo until last. Our summer of 2012 was very warm and so when my son and his family of three children arrived to visit I thought it would be a treat for them to visit my special waterfall. It turned out to be rather a joke on me. For due to the summer heat the waterfall was only a trickle! What a surprise it was to see it in this condition! I do hope that when they visit again this August they will be able to really see my waterfall!
So there you have it : A waterfall from the perspective of all seasons.
The waterfall is the Scribner Brook Falls along highway# 785. You can find this highway from the Duplesia Road at Central Blissville, NB. I hope you have enjoyed the waterfall visit. May it evercontinue to flow!
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