October 14, 2014
Some of the water is green here because the Leptothrix discophora film is reflecting the green leaves of overhanging tree branches.
This entry was posted on October 14, 2014 by Linda Grashoff. It was filed under Iron Oxide, Leaves, Leptothrix discophora, Nature, River, Shale, Stones and Rocks, Trees and was tagged with autumn, iridescence, iron bacteria, leaves, Leptothrix discophora, nature, Northern Ohio, photography, Vermilion River.
Brilliant color in this one. Polarizer?
October 14, 2014 at 7:30 AM
I have one on the camera most of the time, but I don’t always make conscious use of it. Whether it was turned to cut reflections or not turned, I don’t remember. Usually, cutting reflections cancels the interference colors of the Leptothrix discophora film, so probably the polarizer was just sitting there. Thanks for writing, Ken.
October 14, 2014 at 5:46 PM
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