Autumn in the nature reserve
These waters rush out of a fresh mountain spring not very far upstream from this spot. It has to be the cleanest water I've ever seen (or tasted).
It's surprising how slippery wet mossy rocks can be ...especially when you're trying to stand on them to make a picture.
A rather dense circular (heliopan) polarizer was used as an ND filter as well as to control the reflections from the water and the shiny leaves.
Lens: Sigma 10-20