Croesor river, Y Gelli, Llanfrothen.

Mort

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Here's another from my haunt, edited in Color Efex 3, bleach bypass and bitsand bobs.

Shot on GF1, 14-45 kit lens with polariser to cut some glare, very long exposure, it was getting dark while taking this, also was raining heavily but the umbarella came in handy!

Mark
 

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I agree with Don on this one. This one is spot on. I'm actually jealous, because around here, rocks around waterfalls usually have little moss on them, so they just come out gray or brown.
 

Mort

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Thanks for that Don. Very much appreciate your comment.

After years in the darkroom playing with B&W(and still at it) I still feel my work is mostly monochrome, but I do like working in colour too.

Mark
 

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Mark,
Don't underestimate your natural vision.
It seems that working the B&W as you say is work but the color comes natural. I don't see that, that often but when I do... I like it.
I see B&W without work but color taxes me everytime.
It is a difficult task to make color images that don't sound off with color but just lets the image sing. You got it.....
 
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