After work in Molndal i saw this falls in Molndal. I opened the trunk of my car and finds out that the tripod is at home... Not very good. But high ISO and a fence to lean on helped me somehow. The picure gets a sence of a painting that I like. Interesting area in Mölndal, worth visiting again sometime.
The tourist office's text about Mölndalsfallen:
Kvarnbyn and Mölndalsfallen are located at the very heart of old Mölndal 8 kilometers south of Göteborg. In Kvarnbyn the rapids roar down just as they did when they were used to power the grain mills back in the Middle Ages.
Now the industrial buildings stand beside the wooden buildings at the cliff edge. In the evenings you can see Mölndalsfallen lit up as they plunge 48 metres between the high, dark factory walls.
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Iarnvidsson (645) 2008-03-09 1:08
Nice and strange atmosphere!
dragonslayero (3116) 2008-03-09 1:21
Very alternative atmosphere with this photo, like someone already has put it: "Strange atmostphere"
It is a pity about the tripod, but I still feel the result looks rather good. The dreepy setting is kept well and the rather long exposure makes things look really dragged...almost like a dream.
Thank you for sharing.
saxo042 (37730) 2008-03-09 3:23
Quite a magical picture with very good light and composition.
PS Mölndal ligger i Västergötland...
scroller (3445) 2008-03-10 0:04
Hej Johan L,
Painting or not, its certainly an eye cathcer. It seems like the water is flushing down a flooded alley or something. The hight iso saved the day.
molla (7129) 2008-03-10 23:06
Spooky would be my word for this industrial image. the water looks allmost like theater smoke or fog and the use of high ISO make the noise very effectful the image are very fine even if not technically perfect.
- Copyright: Johan Lundell (lundell) (74)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2008-03-08
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Nikon D80, Nikon 18-135 DX
- Exposure: f/5.6, 8 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Map: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2008-03-09 0:47