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Old Oct 3, 2014, 1:26 AM   #1
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I go to these places so you don't have to. Just doing my part.
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Old Oct 3, 2014, 8:25 AM   #2
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Well, someone's gotta do it. Reminds me of one we've visited on the road between Vancouver and Whistler called Bridal Veil Falls. Beautiful.
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Beautiful capture ChiPersei, love the rich colors and POV.

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Beautiful capture ChiPersei, love the rich colors and POV.

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Thanks Marcello- POV courtesy of the Lumix 7-14 at 9mm.
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Well, someone's gotta do it. Reminds me of one we've visited on the road between Vancouver and Whistler called Bridal Veil Falls. Beautiful.
I haven't been to that one in WA but interestingly OR has a Bridal Veil Falls as well. For waterfall aficionados living in Oregon or those considering a visit here's a neat link that pinpoints 238 falls in Oregon on a Google map.
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Wow very nice
Excellent colors
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Thanks Fred. I often get excited and post a photo before its ready. I've played with it a bit more and recovered some of the blown highlights in the lower right quadrant. Just might have to print this one.
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I agree!
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..........bet it will print to canvas really nice
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It's hard to perceive the whole 226 foot drop when shooting the falls from the bottom at 9mm. Here's the view first seen before heading down a rather steep path to the bottom.
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