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Two Wide and Two Tall Falls
Posted By: slowpez, 03-20-2014, 08:30 AM

Just the orientation of course although there are two tall falls and two wide ones

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03-20-2014, 08:40 AM   #2
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Very nice slowpez... of course you know, there's no such thing as too wide or too tall falls, just too narrow lenses.
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Nice images, Susan. My choices would be 2 and 4.
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Very nice slowpez... of course you know, there's no such thing as too wide or too tall falls, just too narrow lenses.
You are right about that.

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Nice images, Susan. My choices would be 2 and 4.
Thank you kindly.

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more beautiful photos Susan, you're becoming the "Queen of the Falls"
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Very nice, Susan. Can never get too many waterfall pics.
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more beautiful photos Susan, you're becoming the "Queen of the Falls"
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Very nice, Susan. Can never get too many waterfall pics.
Thanks Bob and Tony.
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Number 3 for me. Great shot, but they're all good.
Printed large and hung on the back of the dunny door, it would be so realistic when it's time for flushing.

Regards

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These are all good but #2 stands out for me.
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Number 3 for me. Great shot, but they're all good.
Printed large and hung on the back of the dunny door, it would be so realistic when it's time for flushing.

Regards
Hadn't heard the expression dunny before. Made me smile. Thanks for the kind comment.

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These are all good but #2 stands out for me.
Thanks so much. Appreciate it.
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Beautiful! I love 3 and 4 especially.
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Beautiful! I love 3 and 4 especially.
Thanks so much. Appreciated.
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Well done! Breathtaking.
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The first two fascinate me, Susan. I began two wonder the various probability of a single water molecule taking any one of the myriad paths leading to the pools below (pity a retired scientist with no problems to solve or no new cool chemistry to discover).

These are four beautifully executed photos, for sure.

Jer
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Well done! Breathtaking.
Thanks Adam and welcome to the forum.

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The first two fascinate me, Susan. I began two wonder the various probability of a single water molecule taking any one of the myriad paths leading to the pools below (pity a retired scientist with no problems to solve or no new cool chemistry to discover).

These are four beautifully executed photos, for sure.

Jer
Thanks so much Jer. That was kind of you.
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