Waterfalls

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    A couple of 3 shot HDR's..

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    Lesifer, good photos to start with and the HDR is enrichment. I think its great. Seems to allow a photog the chance to be a painter.

    Just had to look at your third one again.

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    Thank you.....
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    Those are really neat, I like the last one the best, lots of water coming down!
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    Les good job on these - great for wall art

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    These work out great for HDR. I agree they'd make a nice series for wall art.

    Although I love all 3, the branches in #3 somewhat bother me.
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    Thank you every one... I agree about the brances in #3. I just did'nt have my machette with me at the time to get it out of the way....
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    Quote Originally Posted by lesifer View Post
    I just did'nt have my machette with me at the time to get it out of the way....
    Well, dangit next time lets not forget important things like that!

    Funny thing, I actually do bring a small pruner along with me on nature hikes - just in case but I doubt I'd be standing there trimming all those branches.
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    the details in these images are incredible. Great job!

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    Great photos. Love them all!!


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