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Dorwin Falls

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Long exposure photo of Dorwin Falls in Rawdon, Quebec (Canada). HDR composite from multiple exposures.

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Image details
Image size
5000x3333px 17.52 MB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Shutter Speed
32/10 second
Aperture
F/11.0
Focal Length
24 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
May 12, 2014, 4:23:15 PM
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artbytiffany's avatar
This is so beautiful! 
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virnagray's avatar
Wow this is so beautiful :)
boldfrontiers's avatar
Thank you very much Virna :hug:
virnagray's avatar
Always my friend:)♡♥♡
LauraMaybrooke's avatar
What a gorgeous scene. It is almost like a fairy tale, found hidden away somewhere. The water looks beautiful. The nature's colours are very vibrant, I like that.
boldfrontiers's avatar
Thank you! For a half-planned half-improvised car trip, I was happy to stumble upon this beautiful park :)
LauraMaybrooke's avatar
Really is very beautiful. You're welcome-
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Chris21465's avatar
You're more than welcome. And thanks for the Llama!
chelsearabbers's avatar
Very pretty!!! great capture!
boldfrontiers's avatar
Thank you Chelsea!!! :)
chelsearabbers's avatar
You're welcome :) and thanks for the faves!
mikepalomino's avatar
IT's so hard to not be repetitive when it comes to heaping praise on your photography. It's always breathtakingly beautiful. Great job sir :salute:
boldfrontiers's avatar
Thanks Mike :) I know what you mean in that I wish I could personalize my gratitude, but I can't reinvent the wheel every time so I appreciate the comments even if only to say something quick & simple. The act of putting time aside for that is very special to me. 

Otherwise, I think I got quite a few good shots out of this trek, just a shame my move is eating up a lot of my time as there are hundreds of raw images that accumulated over the last few months which are screaming to see the light of day =p
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