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September 20, 2014 / William Greenfield


Exploring the local creek and rivers in Victoria can be rather rewarding particularly since many of them are seasonal and only flow in the winter or after a decent rain. These to images were made as part of a series exploring the abstract shapes the water makes as it flows. Coliban River, Victoria

This image was made in the Coliban River at a place called the Cascades outside of Metcalfe. Shooting just before sunset I was able get a niee long shutter speed blurring the water and still see the denials in the rocks.


Sailors Creek, Victoria

The second image was made at the Blowhole, Sailors Creek near Hepburn Springs. The creek has been diverted through the hill to allow a large part of the creek to be drained for gold mining. I used a shutter sputter speed of 1/4 of a second with image in order to retain as much detail in the water as possible.




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