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Orla River, Thuringia, Germany by Falk Schilling

The Orla is is a feeder river of Thuringia's big Saale stream. It's spring is near Triptis and it is flowing into the Saale river at Orlamunde. Many millions years ago it shaped the landscape by washing out a complete valley ("Orlasenke") and is still today sensitive for flood water. This shot is taken between Rodelsmühle and Schleichersmühle near Neunhofen using a modified Nikon D90 with integrated 720nm IR filter directly before the sensor. The wood effect is great between all those trees!

Camera Nikon D90, IR-modified
Lens Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8
Aperture f/16
S/S 4sec
ISO 200
Additional Notes Rubber boots, Manfrotto 055CXPro3 Tripod, ND-Filter
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Falk Schilling

Falk is a landscape photographer from Jena/Germany and shooting since 2011. He had been working in the computer vision industry for some years and shoots photos now to learn something about the artistical aspects of photography.

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