Home » POTD » POTD Daily Winners for Monday, July 2, 2007 » Photo of the Day ~ Scenic & Landscape Category ~ July 02, 2007

Photo of the Day ~ Scenic & Landscape Category ~ July 02, 2007

All photographs and their copyright remain the sole property of the photographer and may not be used or reproduced elsewhere without their express permission.

Image copyright © K Danyal All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized copying or use is strictly prohibited.

Rainbows in the Falls
by K Danyal (Darmok) 
Panasonic Lumix FZ-10
Twin Falls, Idaho
United States of America

Photographer Notes:
At the Shoshone Falls in Idaho.

Member Ratings: photographyvoice.com users can rate this page or image. To create an account, click HERE.

3.44 (8 votes)
Reader Comments:
Add comment:
Not a member or not logged-in.


Evy Johansen commented on July 02, 2007 03:17:
Beautiful image, K.! Congratulations!!
Glenn Urquhart commented on July 02, 2007 10:32:
Stunning Image, in every respect!!! Well Done!
Kathy Shogren commented on July 02, 2007 10:59:
Beautiful scene K. Congrats!
Linn Smith commented on July 02, 2007 17:57:
Stunningly beautiful especially by capturing the rainbow colors in the water - congratulations on your POTD!
Patrice Cigallio Wesa commented on July 02, 2007 18:13:
Outstanding capture, K! I like the multiple and varied colors, the nice flow of the cascade, and especially the rainbow effect in the waters. Please tell me, K, does your Lumix consistently shoot this type of flowing effect? I am trying to purchase a camera which does so without getting a SLR. I have been very impressed with your photos but this is the 1st waterfalls I have seen.
Tom Briggs commented on July 02, 2007 19:50:
Lovely photo K, congratulations on your POTD, great job.
K Danyal commented on July 02, 2007 22:48:
Thanks everyone for your lovely and heart warming comments. Thank you. Patrice, my lumix has the capability to go upto 8 seconds of shutter time and up to f8.0. which sometimes is and sometimes isn't enough to get these shots. The 8 seconds are more than enough but the f8.0 is not. So I, about 2 years ago, purchased an ND filter (3x) and have been using it since then. This shot was taken in a very bright day so I was unable to capture the true flowing milk effect from the water. But given a little less lig

Page generated in 00.0871 seconds.

Copyright © 2000-2020 photographyvoice.com / PEI Development. All Rights Reserved.