More about this location:
The Kozjak brook, feeding the Soča river from the east (on the left), springs high beneath Mt. Krnčica (2142 m), and runs through many pools making six waterfalls. One of Slovenia’s most picturesque waterfalls, the Veliki Kozjak, was created in the outlet of the lower Korita of the Kozjak Brook.
Approximately 250 meters lower, the water falls again. Here, the waterfall carved an underground hall. Its bottom is covered by a vast blue and green pool, and its walls are reminiscent of those in the Karst caves. A 15 meter high white water column offers its visitors an unforgettable scenery.
Tech info: This shot was taken with 5D mk2, Canon 24mm TS-E lens fit with Heliopan 82mm CPL filter and Tiffen 4-stop ND filter. I created a combination of 7-exposure HDR mixed with digitally blended RAW shots to reduce that pseudo-painterly effect usually produced by HDR output. It may look 'unreal' still, but that's how i felt this scene when I was there. This is how it spoke to me.