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09-14-2018, 06:50 PM   #1471
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QuoteOriginally posted by noelcmn Quote
Very nice. I could look at it for a long time

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Normally this stream would be very dark, but recent heavy rain caused vigorous flow that swept the stream bed clean of dirt, leaves and other plant debris exposing the pale gravel and boulders to view.

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We've had our share of moving water around here, esp. after receiving 10" of rain over the past week. This photo was taken earlier in September, and was only a preview of what was coming. This creek is usually slow, lazy and shallow. This photo would not have been possible last weekend, as the bridge I was shooting from was under water!

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Absolutely beautiful photography. Thanks so much for posting.

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A little man-made stream at the botanical gardens:


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Grassy blur

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A windy day with a long exposure
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Lundbreck Falls, with the K-3 and DA 16-85.



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Chutes Provincial Park
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Chutes Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada/ Sep 2018
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QuoteOriginally posted by IgorZ Quote
Very nice. I could look at it for a long time
Thank you. And I am tempted to return there every other day too!

From the same spot


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During the week of Sept 22, we received a record amount of rainfall - over 10 inches! This caused quite a bit of flooding at nearby Bear Creek, with the levels reaching over 12 feet. Taken with a Canon p&s:








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During the week of Sept 22, we received a record amount of rainfall - over 10 inches! This caused quite a bit of flooding at nearby Bear Creek, with the levels reaching over 12 feet. Taken with a Canon p&s:








Lucky you didn't lose your bridge!
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