my store to see the really good ones I took that morning.
The shutter's speed is one of the many settings you can manipulate to achieve a specific look. In this case, I was looking for a soft brush effect in the water. Since the shutter speed was at low speed, it allows the effect of time to be captured in the picture. Think of it as the blinking of the eye. The slower you open and close the eyelid, the more information you can capture from a scene. The same thing happens with the camera.
I really like the look of this picture. The cold tones and the soft water makes for a very soothing image.