Photographer's Note

After leaving the high point that scouted over the mouth of Valle Frances, we moved forward and down the valley into the thickest of the forest that filled the gap between the valleys high walls. Even though the sun shone most of the time, it was very cold and very quiet. The path snaked between trees and lush vegetation, going down little ravines and up slippery-muddy rising, when the roots of the old trees jut here and there, and serve as a foot hold. From time to time we managed to see a piece of the sky that shone over our heads and revealed a partly cloudy day. At a certain point I spotted this little stream, one of many, that drained itself into the Rio del Frances which serves as the main river in this valley...
shutter speed was low as this scene was poor with light and by coincidence added to the feeling of water flow. I picked this picture out of numerous ones, especially because it takes me back again to the feeling of the walk in that particular forest - hope it is delivered to you too!

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Additional Photos by Chen Guttman (pilpel-adom) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 713 W: 166 N: 546] (3018)
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