Time Passages

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnZsUTJE-LU&feature=related

I sometimes come upon a scene like this and think myself lucky for catching this moment in time and not missing the opportunity, only to realize later that this place, this earth, has been here for millennia; opportunity is always there just waiting for us to discover it.

Avalanche Gorge, Glacier National Park, Montana

Please view LARGE!

*NOTE: I believe that large stone left of center that the water is passing under is about the size of a Volkswagen Bug; the broken tree is quite a bit higher than the stone, and I am quite a bit higher than the tree. This is quite a large gorge!
Thanks a lot @jsorensenart , you made me go and do it!
posted October 19th, 2012  
ha ha, I see a lot of B&W in your future. BTW there is some great free videos on the Nik Software site that have some great advice for using there software.
posted October 19th, 2012  
Like the milky water in mono
posted October 19th, 2012  
You do need your description as you could easily think this is a small creek!
posted October 19th, 2012  
and here I thought it was rocks and twigs and a macro LOL
posted October 19th, 2012  
Love the milky water and total lack of anything 'normal' to provide a scale. Clever capture.
posted October 19th, 2012  
So beautiful Aaron. Mesmerising and it took me a minute or two to realise that it was in fact a large gorge that you were looking down into, rather than a small stream
posted October 19th, 2012  
This is quite a wonderful photo Aaron! Love the silken water, and it's stunning as a b&w!
posted October 19th, 2012  
Amazing water!
posted October 19th, 2012  
Great tones and softness
posted October 19th, 2012  
@jsw0109 Me too. Aaron, you need to get a person in there for some scale. That's amazing. Fave.
posted October 19th, 2012  
Looks spectacular large. Interesting though in B&W you loose perspective but the detail seems more apparent.
posted October 19th, 2012  
My brain somehow refuses to recognize this as anything larger than twigs and pebbles.
Viewing large does seem to help a little.
Great illusion. You've really managed to twist perspective.
posted October 19th, 2012  
It looks so smooth, and it has a great flowing texture
posted October 19th, 2012  
Another fabulous shot Aaron...Fav
posted October 19th, 2012  
Wonderful tones.
posted October 19th, 2012  
Fav. It looks a bit like one of those tilt-shift shots. Hard to get the whole size thing....but it's absolutely gorgeous.
posted October 19th, 2012  
So very true your words...and lovely image great in b&w
posted October 20th, 2012  
this is amazingly gorgeous, but oh my - my eyes are struggling to understand this... i cannot make them see the size you have described...
posted October 22nd, 2012  
This looks amazing
posted October 23rd, 2012  
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