This image depicts water flowing through a remote mountain creek.
Taken at ~9200ft, high up in the Rocky Mountain Range, this image shows one of nature’s most beautiful & fundamental principles, energy transfer through gravity.
Energy transfer occurs continuously in natural systems like that of a stream or a creek. To maintain a constant mechanical energy, the potential and kinetic energy within the system must simultaneously trade off. A water fall/creek exemplifies this perfectly.
To capture the essence of water movement & flow, this image was shot on a Canon EOS R6 Mark II body with kit lens at 105mm focal length, 6 second exposure, 100 iso, and an aperture stop at f/16.0.