The first thing I noticed was the remarkable change from last Wednesday; much of the waterfall had opened up, but the ice wall at the bottom was now higher. And there was spray everywhere, making for a very icy path where I walked and a lot of haze in the air. I picked 3 different views, and then took about 7 different exposures of the same view, from 1/25 seconds, to 4 seconds (and one fast one). Above is a fast one, attempting to stop that moving water, at 1/4000 seconds.
Second shot, same view, but a 0.5 second exposure. I like this one.
I climbed further down this time (very carefully), and got a wider shot, here a fast one at 1/3200 seconds. Look at the mist rising over the waterfalls.
And my favourite of this one was again at 0.5 seconds.
Too much mist in these last two, but this was a fast shot at 1/3200.
And this last one was at 0.5 seconds too. So among all the many 'slow' shots I took, ranging from 4 seconds to 1/25 seconds, it seems to be about 0.5 that I like, enough of that beautiful slow water, without overdoing it. Tomorrow perhaps I'll show you some different shots of the river, or the next waterfalls.