Metlako Falls

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    Hiking with my friend Kody one day near Oneonta falls, he asked me if there would be any snacks along the way. Actually he didn't. He's from New Zealand and what he asked me was if there would be any snakes - they don't have any in kiwiland. Though I misheard him, I thought it was a pretty novel idea - vending machines at various different locations along the trail. Our miscommunication may have been a bit prophetic though, as it sounds like we may have some slot machines near by before too long.

    pamelalong, Gary Randall, kpt112, and 13 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. pamelalong 64 months ago | reply

      Pure richness. It looks almost like a medieval tapestry. Glorious shot!

    2. Gary Randall 64 months ago | reply

      Awesome. I love the vignetting here. It gives it a certain mystic. Beautiful shot Bret.

      Have a great Thanksgiving day my friend! : )

    3. Erick Claytor Photography 64 months ago | reply

      Fantastic composition... the framing is perfect!

    4. mayosturd 64 months ago | reply

      Vending machines on all nature trails from here on out!

    5. Wilfried.B 64 months ago | reply

      Beautiful waterfall, great shot!

    6. Garrett Costanzo Photo 64 months ago | reply

      I love the natural framing here. Fantastic work.

    7. Judy & Paul 64 months ago | reply

      This is one of the best of Metlako Falls I've seen - great light, tones and details. Love it!

    8. bretvogel 64 months ago | reply

      Whoa thanks! Best of Metlako. That's saying a lot. This falls to me is one of the most mysterious along Eagle Creek. You can only really see it from this one spot. It's totally fantastical and amazing. Somebody kayaked over this thing. Can you image?

    9. Jack Andreasen 63 months ago | reply

      This is really good!

    10. Ike leahy 25 months ago | reply

      Wonderful effect. Reminds me of an old Encyclopedia Britannica print of an image from Ireland(Eire) or a Scottish Highland "Glen". Love your images.

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