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Old Apr 22, 2009, 11:32 AM   #1
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About a 10 minute walk from where I work isVincent Massey Park. In this park one can view the Hog's Back Falls in which the Rideau River tumbles. I took this last October during a particularly stunning fall day.Thanks forlooking. Cheers, Dan
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Old Apr 22, 2009, 10:21 PM   #2
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Lovely. If i worked 10 minutes from these falls..I think I would take a lot of lunches there..:-)
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How would one ever go back to work after eating lunch at such a pretty spot? Love the colors (though we are seeing spring right now).
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An eye pleasingfall view withorange, red yellow andgreen above the falls all very well composed...certainly does justice to the well chosen title: A Fall look at the Falls!
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Thank you Les, Gal and Bahadir. I have been very fortunate to work near the park and these falls for the past 20 years. Having taken up digital photography in 2006, I was blessed withnumeroussubjects that live in the park. And while my primary interest is wildlife, I never tire of the view of the falls. It is true that it is most difficult to return to the office after a noontime walkabout (camera in hand of course).:angry:

Fortunately, I won't have to worry about this for much longer, as I will retire next month and will thus have more time and freedom to range about. :| Regards, Dan
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