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While the earlier post showed some more dynamic sections of the Mokoroa Stream, there are also much more placid sections. From the technical perspective, these shots required the use of a stable tripod (the legs have to be placed on slippery rocks or under water) and a polariser filter. The filter slows the exposure down, and by cutting through the surface reflections of the water, deepens the green hues and reveals detail.

#1 Liquid Green

#2 Marooned

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