|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Trummelbach Falls is a fascinating place where a stream of water has cut its way through the hard rock, a 10 glacier-waterfalls inside the mountain creating deep crevices and caves, only a few feet wide. A man-made series of tunnels lets visitors access the caves, and see the torrents of water cascading through the confined space.|
Hormon_Manyer, anel, Miss_Piggy has marked this note useful
Only registered TrekNature members may rate photo notes.
|You must be logged in to start a discussion.|
Dear Francis Xavier,
Welcome to TN. It's always great if a newcomer on the site comes with such a talent for photography. Absolutely excellent shot, very few oe (overexposion) on the water only, and composition-wise this photo's perfect, with quite mysterious lights. Simply a masterpiece, MF (My Friend). Have a nice time on TN while posting Your shots and browsing others' galleries. I bookmark this pic as one of my favorites.
Best regards from Hungary, László
great shot of a great place. Very nice.
- [2009-06-01 5:04]
A very impressive view in the Trümmelbach falls. Your light-management is really well done and the point of view you have chosen is excellent too.
Last week a young American boy fell in the Trümmelbach Falls and unfortunately hasn't been found until now. One never can take care enough.
Thanks for the beautiful picture.
A very special image with great details captured. There are a lot of fine points to appreciate in this image, one being the rocks that create a frame around the water. I also like the fine row of flowers in the foreground and the green algae on the rocks. The light coming through the splete of the rock is also very eye-catching and the force of the water well seen. Best regards and thanks for sharing.