Bond Falls and the Middle Branch of the Ontonagon River is just a perfect place, in terms of water flow and rocks, for using a Neutral Density (ND10 stop) filter. By reducing the exposure ten stops and using a relatively small F-Stop (in this case, F14), moving water becomes creamy and dream-like. You will have plenty of time to do other things while waiting for your exposure (shot on Bulb setting with an electronic cable release) of many minutes.
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