At Fundy National Park in New Brunswick, one of the most pleasant trails is the one that leads to Dickson Falls. In the dense forest, the falls cascade (like falls always do) and the brook babbles along through mossy rocks in the deep gorge. In autumn, those mossy rocks tend to be covered with colourful leaves.
With the light filtering through the trees reflecting off some of the rocks and not others, exposure was difficult. I made these images by employing my HDR technique where I make 3 exposures: one for the highlights; one for the mid-tones; and one for the shadows. I combined the 3 exposures using Photomatix.
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