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Posted By: Terry C, 10-14-2017, 06:47 PM

These falls are quite well hidden, requiring local knowledge or instructions to find them. Getting there involves driving on some very rough tracks, then doing a bit of scrambling down a slippery bank through the undergrowth.

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Looks like a worthwhile hike. Thanks for sharing!

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I like the way using speed shutter over 1/250 catches the droplets - and the power behind them.
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I like the way using speed shutter over 1/250 catches the droplets - and the power behind them.
Thanks. I always use a faster shutter speed with water. I like to see the texture, waves ripples etc. and quite dislike the current trend to use long exosures to blurr everything.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Terry C Quote
These falls are quite well hidden, requiring local knowledge or instructions to find them. Getting there involves driving on some very rough tracks, then doing a bit of scrambling down a slippery bank through the undergrowth.
I love the water frozen in motion here
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