While at the Pawtuxet Bridge taking photographs of the rushing river I experimented for different effects. Here, you will find a series of photographs taken at slow shutter speed to smooth the surface and create fine hair-like wisps where the water is sprayed in many directions. Power, awe, unstoppable, beauty all rolled into one.
The speed of the running water combined with the drop created interesting abstracts in a different way. In this series I tried to focus more on the dynamic part of the flow and the action created by the falling water. The wispy, hairy white parts are tiny water droplets moving and creating the streaks. This has been one positive side of the great flood of RI, I took some interesting photographs; you’ve got to look at the bright side!