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For those of you that have been following along with my blog will know that I visited Co Antrim during the Autumn last year. While there I took the opportunity to visit the beautiful Glenariff Forest Park. In November I published an image of the main waterfall in the park. The above image is of the falls at the lower end of the park and for me they were just as impressive. I think the beautiful rich Autumnal Colour work well against the dark rock behind the falls.
You will probably note from the details below this is another one of my rare HDR images. It is a combination of 4 separate long exposure shots which I used ND Filters to extend the shutter speed and a Polarizer to help draw out those rich Autumn colours.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
Exposure: 25, 13, 6 & 3.2 secs
Focal Length: 21mm
ISO Speed: 50