• man in kadr ro bishtar mipasandam - nasrin-SS
  • Nice idea for cropping.
    You were the one who informed me about this beautiful small waterfall. So I authorize you for cropping it as you wish, and post it in your own photo-stream :)
    You can download the original size here

The Small Waterfall in The Small Gathering

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Nasrin found this small beautiful waterfall in our way from The White Castle to Museum of Omidvar Brothers.

This photo is taken in our Sa'd Abad Small Gathering!

Check this and this shot for more info about gathering, and the castles and museums inside Sa'd Abad Palace.

No-Edit (no post process) except cropping and auto-adjusting levels with PS.
Used an ND8 filter for reducing the light amount.

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Added to flickr Explore (interestingness) page of 17 April 2007.

Behrooz Nobakht, AmirBayat, and 123 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Catheryn of Manning 68 months ago | reply

    a lovely meditation site

  2. Chicagos~Finest 68 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Waterfalls of the World, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  3. RhondaRCallow 67 months ago | reply

    Amazing photo! We've used it on Bright Hub in an article detailing how to photograph waterfalls. Can be seen here: www.brighthub.com/multimedia/photography/articles/11218.aspx

    Thank you!

  4. srinivasa krishna 67 months ago | reply

    Dear friend,
    You are invited to post this wonderful photo to:
    Waterfalls Around the World

  5. Daithi_33 [deleted] 66 months ago | reply

    Great image..
    I love waterfall images...Here's one of mine...
    [https://flickr.com/photos/daithi33/2983349038/sizes/o/in/set-72157608463806548/]
    daithi

  6. Husain+9607773925 66 months ago | reply

    Extraordinarily great Nature Shot.

  7. Eddi van W. 65 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Creative Commons- Free Pictures, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  8. Photo_Phobe 60 months ago | reply

    Im sorry but I dont find this shot very profesional. How ever it would look good as a postal card. Besides I dont think positive criticism helps to develope your skills. And me being a beginner, am not in a position to give you much advice but I agree with Arkku!
    Keep up the good work. I dont think post processing of shots is forbidden, but if you do that you should mention it and in my opinion any change done after you push the shutter release button, either in the camera or in the computer, counts as post processing.

    BR
    Forever Beginner!

    PS. All the above statements may be subject to change without any prior notice ;)

  9. Aparana Chauhan 59 months ago | reply

    Wow Man....amazing waterfalls...love to visit this place

    There are some great waterfalls in India too...check out

    www.hill-stations-india.com/

  10. George Penders [deleted] 51 months ago | reply

    This takes my breath away!
    You're invited to:


    Take My Breath Away!(Post 1 award 2) invite only!

    Please tag your shot: TMBA

    ~~admin approved~~

    New!! Challenge 4.0! Falling water ~ Feb 20th till 55 pics!
    http://www.flickr.com/groups/1331188@N22/discuss/72157623348997355/
    *Please feel free to add up to three [ 3 ] images from your stream! * ask for invite if needed under your work *

    f

  11. scott1723 50 months ago | reply

    really nicely captured


  12. with the sound of music 46 months ago | reply

    Hi, I used your beautiful waterfall here - thank you so much for sharing.....
    www.flickr.com/photos/86426405@N00/4752053562/

  13. jstaub1 45 months ago | reply

    Amazing. Well done

  14. Sheen91 43 months ago | reply

    Love the flow of the water in this photo. Amazing.

    Do you think I could put this image on my website?

  15. ♥~ FIOHAYO ~♥ 43 months ago | reply

    faved and added to my waterfalls gallery.

    amazing shot!

  16. Shayne B (busy) 23 months ago | reply

    Wow, this is a fantastic capture. Very nicely
    done! If you have time to see my last one I posted,
    and maybe comment on it - you can view it Here

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