This is a shot of the building itself. I kind of like the looks of this building because it has a classic look to it. It's shame that it isn't used for generating power anymore as this is probably one of the greener sources of energy.
I think my favorite shots of waterfalls are the ones where a long exposure time is used and you get the illusion of water in motion.
A shot of the building and the dam from the side.
This is the shot I really like, I think. You've got the falling water and the churning of the water below.
A shot of the water using a higher shutter speed to freeze the water. Sometimes I like these shots and sometimes I don't.
Same shot as above but with a slower shutter speed. Which do you prefer? Please use the comments section to discuss.
Another slow shutter speed shot.
Same shot with a high shutter speed.
Some grafitti near the railroad bridge.
A shot of the railroad bridge itself.
A shot of the building from the other side.
I've been seeing alot of crew people on the Huron River and tonight was no exception. I think this may be the Michigan club (or squad...or something).