White Water Falls

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© Elise Giordano
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UploadedNovember 6, 2011
TakenOctober 20, 2011
ModelCanon EOS REBEL T1i
Exposure3/10 sec at f/22
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length55 mm

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4 responses

  • Thomas Beckmann

    Thomas Beckmann   gave props (6 Nov 2011):

    Excellent spot you found here. Where is it at? Nice capture in lotsa colors :)

  • Elise Giordano

    Elise Giordano said (7 Nov 2011):

    Thanks Thomas! It is in North Carolina, not too far from Sapphire and Highlands. It's called White Water Falls. A really beautiful spot.

  • Thomas Beckmann

    Thomas Beckmann   said (7 Nov 2011):

    Wohh. I've been to Garner a couple of times but never had the time to really catch the surroundings in NC. I was mostly on that Pergo flooring factory pointing and helping to solve small problems.
    Once in a while there was SOME RAIN comming up there. Gee, black skies an the sirens shoutimg out loud so that staff could go and shelter their families before the storms. That is a memory. We had some touchdowns !

  • Rob Linsalata

    Rob Linsalata   gave props (8 Dec 2011):

    beautiful shot and perspective

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