This one is 1/160 vs the 13s of the previous one. The water is less blue in this, and I think it blends better, but I still think the edges of the water appear to be laid in. Maybe it is the dark lines at the edges of the river, which I assume are undercut erosion.
One of the things about this shot that intrigues me (because I don’t understand WHY it is that way) is how the water almost appears ‘laid in’ on top of the terrain, like it’s a composite shot.
It was a stunningly beautiful fall day down in Drake Park today.
The Summerlands await. I’ll miss you, old friend.
Thanks to tour guide extraordinaire Frank Venturo.