Last Saturdaz I got up early. I wanted to photograph something good, but I didn’t know what. I drove randomly along Bear Creek Trail. On the other side of Wadsworth is a bridge for pedestrians and bicycles. Under that bridge is the world’s shortest waterfall.
Long-exposure images are cool, but when it’s sunny it’s difficult to estimate the correct values. I also used a neutral-density filter, but the picture was still exposed too long. I almost deleted the image because I thought that it was a bad image. I thought there was no hope for it.
However, I was wrong. With the software for the camera, I could fix it. Here is the image after some editing.
What do you think?