Fresh flowing water

© John Matthews

Fresh flowing water

Uploaded: February 21, 2005


Taken inside the "Gaylord, Opryland land hotel" near Nashville, Tennessee. This is actually part of a side by side water fall built inside a large hotel, the experience was really excellent! Tripod mounted, using neutral density filter, exposure - 3 seconds @ f8, iso 64. Contrast in photoshop 7.


February 21, 2005

Very beautiful I love how you slowed down the water giving it a smooth look #217691

Lori L. Thomas February 22, 2005

This stopped me dead in my tracks. I love this waterfall. Are those people down at the bottom? #1124764

Anna Diederich January 23, 2006


Anna #2325462

Ellen Devenny level-classic February 18, 2006

Incredible capture! Very nice gallery! #2435463

Helen Sacedor April 27, 2006

What kind of ND did you used? It's so beautiful photo! #2698847

Ronald F. Fischer September 23, 2006

Wonderful capture! #3349736

Carla Metzler November 16, 2006

So beautiful, John! Congratulations! #3593934

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