Nature's Finger Print

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Submitter's name: Ken Norton
Title: Nature's Finger Print
Gear used: Olympus E-1, 14-54 lens (shot at 54mm setting), monopod
Diaphragm: F9.5
Shutter speed: 1/90
Technical information: This picture was shot in RAW and converted using Olympus Viewer. The WB is a custom setting using the sampler, CS0, Contrast +2, sRGB. Resized using Minolta's Dimage Viewer to 800x600 for web-display.
Subject information: Presque Isle River, just below the final waterfalls. The foam on the water creates interesting "finger-print" patterns as it flows out to Lake Superior.

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Comment left by: Olaf Greve (no e-mail specified) I was wondering what it was and at first I thought it was a close-up of a rock; I wouldn't have guessed it was water. :)

Comment left by: Scott Gomez (no e-mail specified) Wonderful abstract. I thought, "It's water. No, it's ice. No, maybe it's rock." One's eye wanders about, trying to map all the reticulation to something that makes sense.

Comment left by: Chris Barker (no e-mail specified) Nicely done, well named.

Comment left by: Andy Radcliffe (no e-mail specified) Impressive stuff ! At first glance could almost be very convoluted timber grain (like olive).

Comment left by: Duncan Paterson (no e-mail specified) Beautiful patterns. I don't think I'd have guessed what the subject was.

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