Whippany River WW

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 “On Wednesdays all over the internet, bloggers post a photograph with no words to explain it on their blog. Hence the ‘wordless wednesday’ title. The idea is that the photo itself says so much that it does not need any description.”

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22 thoughts on “Whippany River WW”

  1. Wow, the water is really rushing in this photo! I love how the sunlight fingers frame the left side of the picture and the soft affect the light creates on the whole image ~ so soft! Thanks for hosting the WW fun!

  2. Happy to see the river back in bounds. Love the filter you used. I need to get into Instagram. You do a grey job with it!

    I tried to resize the buttons for my blog. the ones that looked like your example were easy, but some of the html code wasn’t as straight forward. Any other advice?

    Here are some examples: s150/Picture%2520Perfect%2520Party%2520Linky.jpg”

    Sorry for asking here, I couldn’t find your email. 🙂

    Thanks for your help Claudia!

  3. LOVE. The sun filtered rays hitting the water, the cascade of the water you’ve captured: the whole scene. We have a small waterfall in our hometown also and I determined to get there one day with my camera and try to capture it. But I really think I need a wide angle lens to truly capture it.
    This is just one of my very favourite nature scenes.

    • Hah – I believe you already went to that waterfall, right? 🙂 And it depends, sometimes you feel you want a wider lens, but then… you can’t see the e.g. ducks anymore, because they’re so small 😀


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