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  1. #311
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    Corbett's Glen

    This is a small park in the Rochester area with 3 small but picturesque waterfalls..
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    Niagara panorama

    Lovely waterfall shots Doug. It just goes to show that it doesn't have to be big to be beautiful.
    On the other end of the scale though here is a panorama I took of Niagara. This is the view from our hotel window. Hope I shrunk it enough to fit here.
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  3. #313
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    Phill..that a great pano of the falls..what hotel did you stay in? Living 1 hour east of the falls I have been there many times but you really have captured them nicely. Hope you enjoyed you visit.
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  4. #314
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    Yes we really enjoyed it thanks. Only had a short time & no car so didn't get to explore too far away. I'll post a few rainbows when I get round to sorting the rest of the shots out.
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    Nojoqui Falls at the end of dry August. It's the thin white line :-)
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  6. #316
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    Post Here's a fall shot ... Chicago Botanical Gardens

    I did these 2 "Waterfall" HDRs, using the new version (4) of camera software for the SONY α700, which extends its bracketing function to a full +/- 2EV.

    They are taken at the Chicago Botanical Gardens, in the "Waterfall Garden"

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  7. #317
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    Stony Brook State Park

    Took a quick run down to Stony Brook S.P. to look at the fall foliage and the waterfalls in the park.
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  8. #318
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    I like #2 a lot, especially the curve at lower left and the purple reflections in the falls. Looks like a great place.
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    heres my try
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    I agree with Toriaj, Doug no2 is lovely. I must try for the milky water shot sometime. Maybe a new tripod is the answer for a Christmas present.
    In the meantime back to Niagara. Doug we stayed at the Sheraton on the Falls as it was one of the few with a view of both falls & had windows that open. My tip is ask for a high floor (14 or above I think is best and at the front so you get the panorama view I posted before).
    Here is the rainbow I promissed
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    and the American falls
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    plus a bit closer to get rid of the blown highlights.
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    Last edited by Phill D; 11-20-2008 at 10:55 PM.
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