Dance and Flow
During summer in the Land of Salmon, water often seems to hurry along as if to avoid being captured again by the chill breath of winter. But we have the ability to slow the passage with our cameras. By lengthening the period of time the camera takes to record the scene, we can see the more sinuous, more sensuous curves of movement. A ballet of curves, gravity, foam and air bubbles. The flow becomes softer, yet still intricate, more intimate. The dance between air and water becomes more supple, more of a caress between the liquid and the gaseous. All too soon, ice will form as night captures the landscape. But for now, the dance is on, and the water flows.