There is something quite calming about the water. Calming unless you fall in of course!
Man, I bet that would have been cold….
The melt was in full swing as I bounced from rock to rock setting up for the perfect composition. The fall color was not exactly at peak, so I decided to go after a different subject all together.
Anything around a second or 2 is bound to give a little bit of that soft water effect. Its a dance though. If there is too much light, there is always the neutral density filter to cut back a few stops. Not sure if I needed it here, but I do know one thing….I didn’t fall in (this time!)
The Daily Image – The River Flows
I decided to dig into the nature archives for tonights image as I was inspired by this weeks “Meet the Artist” post. It takes a special breed to head out into the elements to bring this amazing world back for all to see. I personally take this journey quite seriously (well, not quite THAT seriously), but I do at least like to carve out that personal time. I was inspired to be OK with that after I saw a post from Dan Harding from success magazine about how he takes a trip 4 times a year to get himself back on track and back to “center”. Sounds like a great plan to me!
Its people like this that I really admire though!
Meet the Artist – Martin Heck from TimeStorm Films
His art came across my radar today. Reading a bit on his latest time-lapse from New Zealand, it seems like his latest creative project is over 4 months in the making. As mentioned in his caption on Vimeo : This was shot over 4 month, travelling through amazing landscapes, sleeping under the stars, hiking on mountains and exploring remote roads……
Now that’s dedication to the art!
Check it out.
And then, find more from Martin and his art below!