You're welcome. I've been on that community for a little while now (about a month) and I was just moved by your picture.
One day, when I have time (ha!), I want to get back to my love of photography. Tis my dream to have a darkroom in my house (even though my husband chides me about why I would need one if I had a digital camera!).
Oh how I love and MISS film... Ive been shooting digital for a little over a year now and I have to admit it is fantastic... I have some older film cameras that I still play around with from time to time and I indeed love them. I've gone digital mostly for the sake of the wedding photography I do which is in no way cost effective to shoot film so for the sake of business and to pass that savings on to customers and become more competitive I have parted from my beloved film... anyways all in all digital is the way to go if you shoot HIGH quantities of images and without going insanely expensive film does yield higher quality images... all of which im sure you know... anyways I hope you get back to that photography soon...
This is water cresting the rim of the upper falls at Graveyard Fields in the Pisgah Mountains of North Carolina. I was out for a day of shooting those wonderful slow shutter waterfalls that look all smokey and pretty but because of the harsh sunlight I was unable to slow the exposure enough to gain that effect so I went to the other extreme and decided to freeze the water. Shooting that fast did cause alot of noise and hence the image quality dropped considerably from what it could have been.