JohnC

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Another of my favorite waterfalls in Georgia, Minnehaha Falls


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JohnC

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Have you been to Hawaii? The road to Hana on Maui passes more waterfalls than you can stand. Kauai has some very nice ones, too. There are really nice small ones in the area around the fern grotto.
I have, Maui at least. Visited seven pools falls and others. Gorgeous geography.
 
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HenryL

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I took a little road trip to Shenandoah NP this past weekend to stretch my legs and hopefully expand my horizons and get better with landscapes. These were taken while hiking the White Oak Canyon Trail, this is the Lower Falls location. Not much was done in post - cropped to fit as a wallpaper and bumped up saturation a bit (I still go back and forth if its too much or just enough). R5 + RF 15-35 + NISI Landscape CPL + 3stop ND
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JustUs7

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Lower Calf Creek Falls near Boulder, Utah. Beautiful hike to and even better waterfall. 126 ft spring fed with a fantastic pool at the base for those that can tolerate swimming in 50 degree water. It’s about a 3 mile hike into the falls area and fortunately the pool is mostly empty because not many stay in too long. But I did! I took a few and haven’t processed at home yet. I used the ND, unfiltered, and took some with just a polarizing filter. Here are a couple angles, filtered and unfiltered.

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neuroanatomist

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Back from my first travels in 2 years. Went to a meeting in Telluride, CO. Cornet Falls is close to town, but the trail up to the base was very icy and I had left my YakTrax at home. I attempted it, but a few yards in it became clear that going any further would have resulted in a one-way trip down the canyon on my backside. The still-frozen falls were visible from gondola (connecting Telluride and Mountain Village, the only free public gondola in the US) on the opposite side of the box canyon.

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EOS R3, RF 100-500mm f/4.5-7.1L IS USM @ 500mm, 1/500 s, f/11, ISO 1600
 
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Maximilian

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    Maybe not as big and impressive as others here, but just a few minutes by car away from my home ;)
    I will return there if there will be a freezing cold winter here again - depending on climate change.

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    1st: 2 s, f/22, ISO100
    2nd: 1/30s, f/8, ISO800

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    neuroanatomist

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    Here we are on page 5 and no pictures yet of the falls over which nearly 30% of the world's surface fresh water flows.

    "Niagara Falls" (Seen from the Observation Deck on the US side.)
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    EOS R3, RF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM @ 24mm, 1 s, f/16, ISO 100, B+W 6-stop ND

    "American Falls" (Seen from Niagara Parkway on the Canadian side.)
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    "Horseshoe Falls" (Seen from the top of the Skylon Tower on the Canadian side, 775 ft / 236 m above the falls.)
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    EOS R3, RF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM @ 45mm, 2 s, f/8, ISO 1250, B+W 10-stop ND

    No tripod for any of these, although I did rest my hands on a railing to enable the long exposure time.
     
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