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Ayers Gap and Enders Falls State Park
Posted By: Donkeypunch, 10-09-2009, 07:40 PM

All taken from a K7 using a DA* 16-50. No filters, as I haven't re-purchased a polarizer since moving to a cokin-like system a while ago. I never really need one. So underexposed about a half stop to keep from clipping, and shot RAW.

First set (1-11) are from Ayers Gap in Franklin, CT. If you want directions, just ask.

Second set (12-28) are from Enders Falls State Park in East Granby, CT.

29 and 30 are from Northgate Falls, a few miles from Enders.

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The last one's here are from Northgate Falls, a few miles from Enders State Park:
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Beautiful images. Love #5,6,8 and 10. Well done. JIM

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Excellent work. Really like the circulating leaves.

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Thanks guys. I appericiate it.
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Man, I am always captivated by moving water and falls. Nice images (the whole series).
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QuoteOriginally posted by mithrandir Quote
Man, I am always captivated by moving water and falls. Nice images (the whole series).
Yeah, same here. Pretty much the focus of my work is something involving water or cloud movement. I love long exposure work. I love seeing the unique effects that can be created each time I shoot.

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