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South Fork Santiam River

Posted by john4jack (Corvallis, Oregon, United States) on 28 October 2009 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

This was coming down the Santiam Highway near Cascadia. This was taken from the same bridge as the photograph on October 24, but it is a different shot; if you had them side by side, you could tell the difference.

Nikon D700 1 second F/18.0 ISO 200 36 mm (35mm equiv.)

masoud from tehran, Iran

great !!!

28 Oct 2009 5:43am

@masoud: Thanks.

Didier DE ZAN from somewhere, France

Nice monochrome

28 Oct 2009 5:44am

@Didier DE ZAN: Merci.

Dulcie from Danville, CA, United States

I like this angle, too, and the rich monotone. Excellent.

28 Oct 2009 6:33am

@Dulcie: Many thanks.

Lyl and Roll from Besançon, France

Nicely composed Jack !

28 Oct 2009 6:39am

@Lyl and Roll: Merci.

P J W Miller from Chase Terrace, United Kingdom

Looks like a great place for an adventure, would like to see it in colour too

28 Oct 2009 7:04am

@P J W Miller: Oct. 24 gives you a pretty good idea of the color version.

Nicholas from Shah Alam, Malaysia

Nice :) Love the angle here.

28 Oct 2009 7:07am

@Nicholas: Thanks.

Anthony Morgan Lambert from Bielefeld, Germany

quirky angle,nice shot.

28 Oct 2009 7:22am

@Anthony Morgan Lambert: Thanks; shot slightly down from the little bridge that crossed the river.

Sriram from Chennai, India

Great shot!

28 Oct 2009 7:34am

@Sriram: Thank you.

Anina from Auckland, New Zealand

Superb!! I love the angle and comp.

28 Oct 2009 7:57am

@Anina: Thanks.

PATRICK from miramas, France

very nice

28 Oct 2009 8:37am

@PATRICK: Merci.

Pavan Kaul from Mumbai, India

At first I too thought it was a mono version of the same picture...this is equally charming and beautiful Jack...great work!

28 Oct 2009 8:53am

@Pavan Kaul: Thanks.

Sof from Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Joli traitement qui rend l'ambiance douce

28 Oct 2009 8:54am

@Sof: Merci.

zOOm from Paris, France

Love the tone here, it's really an amazing mono, mercury like. It suits so well water motion and enhances rock shapes.

28 Oct 2009 9:45am

@zOOm: Merci.

MrsAmber from West Wickham, United Kingdom

Great compositon..nice to see the two together to compare!

28 Oct 2009 9:53am

@MrsAmber: Thanks, Kate.

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

How beautiful, what tones did you use, WOW

28 Oct 2009 10:01am

@Lorraine: I used some presets in Nik's Silver Efex Pro.

Barry from Kingwood, United States

Wow! Excellent shot. I just took another look at your porfolio and I must say your B&W stuff is some of my all time Favs. Keep up the great work. Take care.

28 Oct 2009 12:44pm

@Barry: Many thanks, Barry.

Macrobaby from Vancouver, Canada

I like how the b&w gives the illusion of frost on the tips of the branches and leaves. Beautiful shot.

28 Oct 2009 12:59pm

@Macrobaby: Thanks.

nasim from Brisbane, Australia

an amazing mono
love it

28 Oct 2009 1:25pm

@nasim: Thank you.

Elena Kotrotsou from Drossia, Greece

Very beautiful!

28 Oct 2009 1:46pm

@Elena Kotrotsou: Thank you.

Irene from France

Beautiful processing

28 Oct 2009 2:04pm

@Irene: Merci.

Luca Bobbiesi from Milano, Italy

Fantastic place and framing, I like also the sepia tones.

28 Oct 2009 2:48pm

@Luca Bobbiesi: Thank you.

Don from spokane, United States

I like the mood this river shot produces. I would love to take a hike up the river. Excellent detail and toning.

28 Oct 2009 2:50pm

@Don: Thanks. There are some excellent hikes along the Santiam.

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Excellent frame and processing . Like this sepia !

28 Oct 2009 3:04pm

@MARIANA: Thanks.

k@ from Paris, France

I'm fond of sepia, yours has such a high quality - and the water energy in monochrome is even stronger (for me)

28 Oct 2009 3:10pm

@k@: Merci, my dear.

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

This is a gorgeous shot. The toning is super.

28 Oct 2009 3:29pm

@Steve Rice: Thanks.

Isidro from Barcelona, Spain

monocromo perfecto, muy bonita!!

28 Oct 2009 5:52pm

@Isidro: Gracias.

Anna.C from LA ROCHELLE, France

nice monochrome !

28 Oct 2009 6:35pm

@Anna.C: Merci.

Yvon from Orleans, France

terrefic capture

28 Oct 2009 7:30pm

@Yvon: Merci.

Yvon from Orleans, France

terrefic capture

28 Oct 2009 7:30pm

mo.langel from Courtelary, Switzerland

Nice monochrome!

28 Oct 2009 8:19pm

@mo.langel: Thanks.

LauraS from Chico, United States

Show us this in color tomorrow?

28 Oct 2009 11:21pm

@LauraS: Everything is already set-up for posting thru November 25. If you would like an approximation of what it would look like in color, check out Oct. 24. It's a different shot but taken within minutes of today's.

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Wonderful shot !

28 Oct 2009 11:32pm

@Susan: Thanks.

akarui from Kagoshima, Japan

I prefer the color version even if it is a different shot.

28 Oct 2009 11:43pm

Ajay from Pune, India

What a beautiful view!!! I would so much love to walk in here.

29 Oct 2009 1:20am

@Ajay: Thanks, Ajay.

LCImagery from Oregon, United States

Excellently composed Jack.

29 Oct 2009 1:38am

@LCImagery: Thanks, Lori. Where have you been?

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

Great vantage point and the running "white" river really stands out.

29 Oct 2009 3:07am

@Steven: Thanks, Steve.

Monique from Koh Samui, Thailand

Great point of view and the color toning is really beautiful!

29 Oct 2009 3:15am

@Monique: Thank you.

StarCosmosBleu from Bedford.Qc, Canada

Lovely b&w..nice scene..has a nice feel to it...

29 Oct 2009 4:09am

@StarCosmosBleu: Merci.

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

Beautiful mono! Very nice tones... :)

29 Oct 2009 4:35am

@Magda: Thank you for all of your kind comments on my recent photographs.

Marie from France

joli rendu en noir et blanc.

29 Oct 2009 2:51pm

Barbara from Florida, United States

B&W can set an entirely different mood to an image. This compared to the 10-24 version is proof.
I like them both, although I prefer color and really being there.

29 Oct 2009 3:10pm

@Barbara: This was an experiment in toning.

Diane Schuller from Hythe, Canada

great choice for your processing -- very nice result

30 Oct 2009 6:15pm

@Diane Schuller: Thanks; it was a crazy experiment with toning.