Just when the world's highest cold water geysir near Andernach was about to blow up to it's maximum height of 60 ms, the sun started to fade.
Nevertheless I pressed the trigger.
Cold water geysirs work on carbon dioxide pressure, water temperature in this case is a low 20 °C = 68 °F.
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goodwill (4879) 2013-09-23 9:58
Pressing the trigger is the most important thing,and pressing it at the precise time.....................converts ana ametuer to a professional.
There is a little kinetic energy on the top.
f/11 seems to be the right choice under these tough conditions where everything is turning grey.
krzychu30 (12793) 2013-09-23 10:51
brilliant and really original(especially when it comes to its subject)shot!
I like here few different element,that together make your composition so successful.Like for example the color scheme of the image-grey tones look for me just amazing!
Furtheremore the geysir itself blowing the water so high create really superb dynamic feeling of the scene.
- Copyright: Sven Erich Czernik (Energysavingelk) (725)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2013-09-22
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Canon 5 D Mark II, 24-105mm F/4L IS USM
- Exposure: f/11, 1/800 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2013-09-23 9:53