Metamorphic Abrasion by Josh Glaister
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Metamorphic Abrasion

February 5, 2019

Abrasion is the process by which a stream's irregular bed is smoothed by the constant friction and scouring impact of rock fragments, gravel, and sediment carried in the water. The individual particles of sediment also collide as they are transported, breaking them down into smaller particles. The sediment creates resistance and acts like sand paper to smooth the rocks.
Taken With
@sonyalpha A7M2
@zeisscameralenses 24-70F4
@mygobe 10stp Neutral Density Filter
Taken At
f/10 | 25 sec | 24mm | ISO800

24mm · f/10.0 · 25s · ISO 800
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Crystal Lee's picture

So beautiful!