Monday, October 17, 2011

When It's Wet in the Forest (Photos)

On a rainy day, when the forest is wet, you can walk quietly.

The wildlife won't be out but, you can hear the waterfalls.


Streams of fast-moving water splash over the rocks.


And they swirl around them, making white patches in dark areas.


When everything is wet, brown colors look dark but, greens look greener.


When it's wet in the forest, you can have the place all to yourself.  Try it sometime.  It's cool.



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8 comments:

Muza-chan said...

Wow... amazing photos (^_^)

RyukyuMike said...

Muza-chan,
Thank you. Sometimes, it's worth getting wet!

FishHawk said...

I could spend A LOT of time at a place like that.

RyukyuMike said...

FishHawk,
With the weather we've been having, I may be spending a lot of time in places like that, too.

Alison said...

Gorgeous!

RyukyuMike said...

Alison,
Thank you. Sometimes, my patience (stubbornness) in the woods pays off. Glad you appreciate it.

Sherry said...

Water is one of my favorite things to photograph. Its always so beautiful - just like in your photos. I especially love that long exposure waterfall shot.

RyukyuMike said...

Sherry,
Thank you and I'm glad you mentioned the long exposure. I should do a photography tip blog and demonstrate fast and slow shutter speed on flowing water, eh?