These four shots are of afternoon desert light playing on limpid water flowing over colorful rocks.
All are macro shots of the falls taken with a Canon 100mm f/2.8L lens.
From my solo expedition to this location in the remote eastern Superstition Wilderness of Arizona.
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I chose portions of Reavis Creek stream bed carefully
The time of day was essential. This was late afternoon and before the sun disappeared behind the canyon walls.
Not all sections of the stream bed were suitable. I chose elements of strong compositions.
Variation between the shots is essential for holding the viewers attention.
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