Photographer's Note

The pupu springs are the largest springs in New-zealand.
The water are near to be considered optically pure, with an horizontal average visibility of 63m, while theoritical value is 74m, and observed at 20m in very clear river.
The depth at the place of this photo is around 7m. The water discharge is around 9.6 cubic meter each second..
This is an amazing place.

For that photo, I used the tripod, one ND grad filter, a 0.9ND filter to slow the exposure time, and the polariser to eliminate every reflects.

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