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Monday, February 01, 2010

Olentangy Rapids



After quite a bit of work with the long lens, this evening I wanted to give my brain a different kind of photo workout, so I headed down to the Olentangy River. The sunset petered out, but the post sunset blues made for a wonderful reflection in the full, ice laden river. The streak in the background is northbound traffic on St. Rt. 315, one of Ohio's busiest commuter freeways.

I've posted this image over at my photo gallery, Tom Arbour Photography, in a much larger size.

Tom

10 comments:

  1. A wonderful picture of the Olentangy. I spent a lot of time exploring this river when I attended OSU in the 70's.

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  2. Fascinating...the swirl of the water, the reflective light... unique!

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  3. Oh, this is awesome!
    I love the colors.
    B.

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  4. ...this is a really sharp photo. I love those reflections and the swirly ice. (P.S. love Red in your banner!)

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    http://bggarden.com/blog/2010/02/05/ticket-give-away/

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  7. Oh wow. This is nice. Looks like some thing syruppy at a soda fountain. Nice shot.

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  8. Tom: What a wonderful shot of the flowing water.

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