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Just as you are ready to enter the house at Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright in Bear Run, Pennsylvania, you cross a bridge that takes you over the water that makes the waterfall.  You are not allowed to take photos inside the house or use a tripod so I handheld some shots of the swollen fast moving creek above the bridge.  The water was actually generating a nice fog above it.  The first view is a long exposure with low ISO to show the water movement and the second view is quick exposure.

Click images for a larger view:

ISO 50, F/19, 1.5 sec, 24 mm Lens

ISO 50, F/19, 1.5 sec, 24 mm Lens

ISO 400, F/5.6, 1/60 sec, 24 mm Lens

ISO 400, F/5.6, 1/60 sec, 24 mm Lens

Which is better? The are from the same position on the bridge.

This view shows the fog a little better:

ISO 100, F/9, 1/2 sec, 24 mm Lens, +1 step

ISO 100, F/9, 1/2 sec, 24 mm Lens, +1 step

 

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