websters falls revisited

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yesterday's autumn colors
- 60 second exposure with Hoya ND8 (neutral density) filter - 72mm

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  1. .Luigi Mirto/ArchiMlFotoWord 37 months ago | reply

    Una immagine ottimamente visualizzata e eccezionalmente restituita
    Complimenti



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  2. Sugar Mind 37 months ago | reply

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  3. dagmaf 36 months ago | reply

    Congratulations..!!

    Amazing shot..!

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  4. H.A.M.S 35 months ago | reply

    this is beautiful!

  5. mario.soure 35 months ago | reply

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  6. Shoayb Hesham 34 months ago | reply

    amazing capture

  7. George.m. 34 months ago | reply

    Amazing shot!!

  8. darra29 27 months ago | reply

    that's really amazing...

  9. Mező, Kornél (mostly away) 24 months ago | reply

    such a beautiful waterfall with the fall colors behind

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  10. Andi1308 23 months ago | reply

    this is so beautiful, GREAT

  11. MicheleMoss 23 months ago | reply

    Another great autumn image

  12. Colskier1 18 months ago | reply

    Such a beautiful scene with the interesting waterfall and gorgeous autumn color.

  13. iolite1 11 months ago | reply

    Beautiful capture!

  14. MelenaMe 9 months ago | reply

    An amazing image!

  15. nirien 8 months ago | reply

    Great photo! I'm waiting for the fall to come so that I can get to Webster Falls although I thought I've heard they are closed for the public right now.

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