This photo was taken in Lake Superior Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada. There are hundreds of waterfalls just like this in the 1,550-square kilometer park. The park runs along the northeast shore of Lake Superior. The coastline along this area of the largest Great Lake is rocky and steep, providing some incredible scenery. When the park was established in 1944 there was no way to access the innermost ares. Now, the Trans-Canadian Highway runs through the park along the shoreline. Small towns and truck stops have sprung up along the winding route, and hikers, residents, and tourists can stop at one of the many park entrances to see views of the lake and waterfalls like the one in the photograph.
This photo was taken on a cloudy, rainy day with Kodak T-Max 100 Black and White film and scanned with no adjustments except the frame and some minor dust removal.
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Ulises (1026) 2005-03-06 18:32
i like how you used a low speed so you can see the water clearly, "two thumbs up", i love it, the background is a little too dark and the water is perfect
Ramonven (126) 2005-03-07 4:16
Yes Geoffrey here we can see again that pure energie lives in Nature...:) I think Holland (where I live) is the only country in thw whole world without mountains... Can you imagine that? Take care! Ramon