Well, I wanted to get my son in this photo, so I got a washed out cliff in the process. The falls is the big falls, and if its raging you do not want to be in this gorge. You most likely wont make it out on two feet.
This is one of my favorite photos from when my son and I went on a hike up a gorge. The water was only a trickle, so the waterfalls were less than spectacular. So I focused on the abstract and unusual – which included this view. I have taken photos of these striations before. I like the way the weeds grow in rows along with the rock.
This photo was shot with film during winter with a slow shutter speed to get the cottony waterfall effect. It also overexposed the photo and made everything almost white, even the various colors were reduced to light shades. So I transported it into Paint Shop Pro and beefed up the saturation, clarified, and played with darkness and contrast. Then I began to experiment and desaturated it until I came up with this. The lines on the water are bubbles moving downstream and looking like lines due to the shutter speed.
Upper Treman Gorge is a series of wonderful falls, about a mile worth or so. I spent many rolls of film in this gorge.
This was shot with a film camera, (yes I am a dinosaur) and then prodded a bit in Jasc Paint Shop Pro. I could have shot it better, but all in all I like it. One of the many in my waterfall collection. Hope everyone likes it.