Painting is just another way of keeping a diary ~Pablo Picasso
Monday, November 2, 2015
Cedar Creek meandering back toward its natural path just after the grist mill. The water is surprisingly lazy-looking at this point. The white path is a little deceptive; it's not white water, but actually is caused by some sort of foam that develops in the chute. I was wondering why the foam would be there at all. The mill is in a very rural location, and I can't imagine much upstream that would cause any sort of soapy foam. Maybe it forms naturally, but I had always assumed it was soapy pollution. Anyway, the white foam took a path, which I decided to highlight with the long exposure.