Along The River

Along the River

Along the River – North Carolina

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Bushwhacking through a western North Carolina woods I came upon this river and its reflection of autumn leaves and balancing boulders. I don’t know the name of the river and am happy to leave it that way…a vision.

Copyright 2017, O. Bisogno Scotti, All Rights Reserved

Mamiya RZ 67 Pro ll medium format camera, Mamiya f/4.5 50 mm ULD lens, Fujichrome Velvia 50 120 transparency film scanned on Aztek Digital Photo Lab 8000 drum scanner, Manrotto 3265 tripod, Manfrotto 3047 studio head.


4 thoughts on “Along The River

  1. OH MY GOSH!

    This image is magnificent!!!!!! You have taken my breath away.
    There is so much to see!!!!! There is a riot of colour in this autumn scene.
    The trees, with their autumn dresses of vivid reds, golds and oranges mixed with the evergreens against the cloudy, grey of the sky.
    The rocks at the water’s edge with their reflection in the calm water are bold adding to the contrast of the colourful trees as the backdrop.
    The water is so crystal, clear and calm that I can see the rocks below the surface.
    The red and red-gold leaves sitting on the surface of the still water compliments the gold of your signature.
    This is an image worthy of reflecting upon or meditate on, in my opinion.
    I could look at this image all day and never tire of seeing it.


    • Thank you for your kind words Nature’s Child. Captured on medium format transparency film in 1995, the image sat in dark storage until published 10/15/2017. Why the delay?. Good drum scans are $100.00 a piece. I thought that scanning fees would come down over time, but that was not the case.

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