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Sol Duc Falls, 120 Seconds | by Zeb Andrews
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Sol Duc Falls, 120 Seconds

Alright, after the lengthy dissertation I had on my last post, I will keep this short and sweet, well short at least. Often I will bracket compositions when I go somewhere. Why leave it to the chance that one particular shot will turn out when you have the opportunity to shoot from a few different angles? Film is much cheaper than a return trip afterall. Unfortunately I tend to narrow down rolls to one single postable image, which means, even if I like other compositions, I try not to post them, at least right away, just to keep my stream varied and not redundant. This is an image that suffered in such a way. I took this at the same time as her sister image here at Sol Duc Falls in Olympic National Park in Washington on a very rainy trip earlier this year. I initially, and still, like the other image the best, but there is a lot I like about this vertical composition as well, particularly how you can see the depth of the canyon that these falls spilled into. An amazing waterfall and one I would love to get back to someday. There that was short right? ;-)

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Taken on December 23, 2007