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Old Oct 7, 2012, 11:36 AM   #1
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Took a little visit to Little River Canyon National Preserve and Little River Falls. Dull gray overcast but caught a little sun in a couple of them.
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"Little" seems to be an understatement. Great captures! Very cool place to visit it looks like.

Edit: How do you like your vivitar 85? I've been considering this or the Samyang 85 1.4.
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Nice to see you again BD. It's been a while.

Looks like a very peaceful place to visit. Very relaxing. I can just hear the water flowing in the river and over the rocks.

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"Little" seems to be an understatement. Great captures! Very cool place to visit it looks like.

Edit: How do you like your vivitar 85? I've been considering this or the Samyang 85 1.4.
The Vivitar is sharp with very good color. Step it to f/4 or above for best results.
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Nice to see you again BD. It's been a while.

Looks like a very peaceful place to visit. Very relaxing. I can just hear the water flowing in the river and over the rocks.

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Very peaceful and not heavily visited so not real crowded.
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Beautiful shots, Dawg. It's very nice to see you here again.
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Wonderful color, and pictures. Looks like the kind of place I'd love to visit.
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Good seeing you here again, with these fine fall shots of the falls and rapids. Nicely done!

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Nice shots BD they make me want to go see it for my self. I like the shot with the walkway but they are all cool. Looks like the fall colors are still a few weeks away.

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