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Posted By: slowpez, 03-05-2014, 09:13 AM

I have been going through some of my older images and thought I would drag them out again and bore you with a couple.

The first shot is from Sol Duc in Olympic National Park. I wish I could remember where I took the second one but It eludes me.

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Very nice captures. Well done.
Thank you.

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Excellent !
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Excellent !
Thanks Michael.
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Impressive! I'd frame that 2nd one! When's your show?

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olympic national park, my favorite place in the world, wonderfully captured.
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QuoteOriginally posted by slowpez Quote

I don't know Jer, if you haven't left Texas you sure haven't been there and I know Texas doesn't own a decent waterfall.
Well, since I grew up in Illinois and we've lived in Tennessee, Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio and Michigan, I do have some familiarity of the world beyond the Lone Star State . However, I think you're selling us short regarding waterfalls - I've seen some real stunners down here in amusement parks and hotel lobbies .

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Impressive! I'd frame that 2nd one! When's your show?
Can't have a show GeoJerry because you have taken the space and there is a good reason for that. Thanks for the kind comment. I like the second one a lot too.

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olympic national park, my favorite place in the world, wonderfully captured.
One of our top ten national parks - I have said it before and will say it again; there are about 30 national parks in our top ten.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Sailor Quote
Well, since I grew up in Illinois and we've lived in Tennessee, Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio and Michigan, I do have some familiarity of the world beyond the Lone Star State . However, I think you're selling us short regarding waterfalls - I've seen some real stunners down here in amusement parks and hotel lobbies .

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Hey don't forget Pedernales Falls near Austin, that's pretty nice! I've lived in Texas 3 times.

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Hey don't forget Pedernales Falls near Austin, that's pretty nice! I've lived in Texas 3 times.
We were married in Amarillo. Boy, was that a loooooooong time ago. We have also been to Pedernales Falls. Nice place.
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Great waterfall shots. The first is amazing, showing the power of water to cut through rock. The second one blows me away. Gorgeous framing and tones. I love everything about it. Thanks for sharing.
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Great waterfall shots. The first is amazing, showing the power of water to cut through rock. The second one blows me away. Gorgeous framing and tones. I love everything about it. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Tess. Appreciate it.
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Wow! I totally loved the second shot. Looks like some kind of walk behind the falls.
Cool!
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Wow! I totally loved the second shot. Looks like some kind of walk behind the falls.
Cool!
Thanks and yes, you can walk behind it.
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Nicely done.
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Nicely done.
Thank you.
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