Horton Plains, Sri Lanka
Bakers Falls Horton Plains Reviews
Attempting artsy photos at Bakers Falls Sep 07, 2011
Walking around the loop trail at Horton’s Plains National Park you will pass Bakers Falls. It’s a nice water fall down the hill from the main trail and it’s a must to take the short detour to go down and see the falls. I went down to see the falls - and ever since I years ago saw some photos somebody had taken at a waterfall with slow shooter speed I have had a tendency to try to freeze the water in all the waterfalls I see on my travels. I did make any exceptions here at Bakers Falls.
I went to the falls and saw the water pouring down the cliffs and at one spot there was a bit of green fern growing behind the water. I figured this was the perfect subject to do some experiments with different shooter speed, aperture and the film ISO. Unfortunately I didn’t bring any tripod or any other aid so I had to do the photos hand held - fortunately I had an easy night the night before so at least my hands weren’t shaking more than usual.
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