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Autumn on the Tallulah River

The Tallulah River is approximately 48 miles long with its headwaters in North Carolina and flowing through northern Georgia until it joins the Chattoga River to form the Tugaloo.

 

There is a string of four man-made lakes in Georgia; Lake Burton, Lake Seed, Lake Rabun, and Lake Tallulah Falls. It also runs through what is known as the Tallulah Gorge which has numerous waterfalls.

 

I took this image back in October on a day outing my friend John and I took. We were out searching for, you guessed it, fall color :)

 

Please view on BLACK.

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Exposure: 4.0 sec at f/16, ISO 50

Lens: Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 2/50 ZE

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Taken on October 15, 2011