In the time I spent living in Saline, I walked the trails at Curtiss Park quite a bit. I was always fascinated by the way leaves would pile up at points in the river from time to time, it never looked like there was a reason they’d stick there with the pressure from the water.
This particular image was taken using a longer exposure to smooth out the water, and setting the camera on my small tripod which lets the camera sit only about half a foot off the ground. This was a bit tricky, as the shore was muddy and I almost dropped both the camera and the remote trigger at one point into the muck.
Exposure: 1/2 second
Focal Length: 250 mm