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Factory Falls - UF Rev 1

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Published: October 29, 2009
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I recently had the chance to revisit the waterfalls I shot a few weeks earlier. This time around, it was raining and I had to manage the tripod with one hand while holding the umbrella with the other.

The title is in reference to the shot taken the last time, called "Factory Falls - Upper Falls" plus Rev for revisited and 1 as there are more than one shot of this fall in the new set, this being the first of them.

Please see my Waterfall Gallery here [link] for more beautiful shots =D

Thanks for looking, your comments are welcome (and desired),

Ingo

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IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS REBEL T1i
Shutter Speed
1 second
Aperture
F/22.0
Focal Length
28 mm
ISO Speed
400
Date Taken
Sep 27, 2009, 8:16:47 AM
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1001G's avatar
I need to try to capture water like that......stunning
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Long exposure :nod:

Thanks,

Ingo
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very nice, the water came out beautifully i think!
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Thank you :nod:

Ingo
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I have featured this beautyful shot in my waterfall-collection!
[link]
I hope you will agree!:wave:
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I Sure Agree =D

Vielen Dank Wolfgang

:wave:

Ingo
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Christmas Feature here: [link]
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Thank you very much :nod:

I saw in your nice gallery that you are, similar to me, into seed closeups. Check out mine on my profile page (down on left) if you are interested.

:wave:

Ingo
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Ah, you have a great collection of seed closeups. I do like those kinds of shots, but only had time for a very few, and only the one really turned out decent. I hope next fall I'll have a chance to snap some more.

(I have to ask...how did you do the little "series" galleries inside of your featured art modules on your profile page? I really like that!)
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Thanks for the compliment =D

About the "Boxes":

I was directed to the pages of Xommander-Luminaire [link] as there is code and description on how to do that.

:wave:

Ingo
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Thanks for the link to the art box stuff. Really appreciate it! :D
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My pleasure =D

Ingo
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amazing!!
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Thank you very much :wave:

Did you see my other waterfall shots? I have a sub-gallery with that name,

Ingo
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I'll surely take a look at that because I just adore waterfalls :)
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Great,

Here is the link [link]

:wave:

Ingo
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Beautiful place, beautiful shot!
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Thank you,

Have you been there? I do have another shot of this waterfall that shows the whole fall, in case you care.

Thanks for the comment,

Ingo
lori77's avatar
I don't think so, where is this place?
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That place is in the US, so maybe not =D

But by that chance I saw your shot [link] - as I am currently reading a few mountaineering books, this is an awesome shot to picture my thoughts.

:wave:

Ingo
lori77's avatar
I've been to US twice...so who knows???
But I don't remember it...

Thanks for the comment on my shot...this are Slovenian Alps, they are really beautiful...If you like to read books about mountains...read the one wrote by an american writter Bernadette Mcdonald: Tomaz Humar.
It's a great book about our amazing alpinist who unfortunatly died in Himalaya a few weeks ago...if you get the chance to read it, let me know what you think about it...
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These falls are close to the Delaware River (within minutes) at the border between New Jersey and Pennsilvania.

I added your book tip to my Amazon wish list, thank you so much for that tip =D

:wave:

Ingo
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I was in New Yersey but didn't have a chance to visit that place. :(

P.s. Did you find that book??? If so, hope you are going to like it. Let me know... :)

Good night.
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It is in my next set of books to order =D

It may be a few weeks until I get them as I am currently reading a book about the K2 expeditions.

Ingo
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