Rock Waterfall

September 10, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

Rock Waterfall

How do these rocks tumble into just the right balanced position?  Randomly stacked rocks polished by clear flowing water along the East Verde River form small waterfalls as captured in Rock Waterfall.
 
Houston Mesa Road takes you there, leading deep into prime Rim country as it crosses the East Verde River four times.  For 10 miles Houston Mesa Road stretches through the forested northern section of the Tonto National Forest, the fifth largest forest in the United States, just one mile north of Payson, Arizona.
 
Rock Waterfall was photographed using an Arca Swiss 4’x5’ view camera with a Fuji 210mm lens at f45 with a long exposure of one second on Kodak Ektachrome film giving the water a smooth, silky appearance.

This majestic Rock Waterfall will present beautifully as a large print in a high profile space in your home or office.
Available framed, unframed, museum back or canvas gallery wrap.
Other images can be seen at www.BabesPhotos.com/scenics
Contact Arlene for details.

 


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