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Old Aug 22, 2012, 8:35 PM   #1
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Default a couple more from yesterday's trip to Mt Rainier

can't visit Paradise Meadow without a shot or two of Edith Creek...



went back to Sunbeam Creek as well, got another shot or two of the upper falls... takes a bit of scrambling, and it's not "officially" accessible, but it's much prettier to me than the view of just the lower falls from the road...

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Nice shots, did you use a nd filter to get the water effect or just long exposure?
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Nice shots, did you use a nd filter to get the water effect or just long exposure?
thanks. no ND... was able to slow down the shutter enough with just a polarizer and stopping down a bit...
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Both very nice, enjoyed.

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Both very nice, enjoyed.

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Love the silkiness of the waterfall. Very relaxing to look at!
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Great shots. I am envious. Nice work.

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