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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesCookPhoto View Post

    Somersby Falls #6 by James Cook, on Flickr

    Somersby Falls, NSW, Australia

    Intrepid 4x5 Mk II, Fujinon 150/5.6
    Expired Kodak Ektachrome 100G
    Simply stunning

    Martin

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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    Thanks Martin for the above

    This place just keeps on giving. Especially with recent rains adding some much needed extra flow to the falls.


    Somersby Falls #7 by James Cook, on Flickr

    Intrepid 4x5 Mk II, Fujinon 150/5.6
    Expired Fuji Velvia 50

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    Trahlyta Falls, North Georgia

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    The mountain waters of North Georgia call out to me, I visit and leave only tripod holes behind. The Appalachian Trail is my treadmill and gym.
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    Waterfall on the Sooke River, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

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    Developed in XTOL 1:1 at 20˚C for 9 minutes

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    From a recent trip to Yantic falls connecticut...7x17 Chamonix.

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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    My brain had a short circuit, and I posted this across the aisle on a MF color only post (grrrr).
    So here it is, where it truly belongs...

    . . Waukeena Falls, Oregon by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    Waukeena Falls, (actually a cascade) in the Columbia River Gorge.
    Neg # WAFA 049. 8x20" KB Canham camera, 355mm lens, YG filter, HP5 film.

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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

    Momentary water event at Shiprock. HP5/Pyrocat. Longish lens.
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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

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    I found this one in a box of 5x7 plates in my grandfathers basement after he died. To my knowledge, he never shot 5x7 - at least he ever spoke of it in our extensive photo discussions. No idea where it was taken or any other details.

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    I found this one in a box of 5x7 plates in my grandfathers basement after he died. To my knowledge, he never shot 5x7 - at least he ever spoke of it in our extensive photo discussions. No idea where it was taken or any other details.
    What interesting looking water.
    --- Steve from Missouri ---

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    Re: Post Your Waterfalls

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    I found this one in a box of 5x7 plates in my grandfathers basement after he died. To my knowledge, he never shot 5x7 - at least he ever spoke of it in our extensive photo discussions. No idea where it was taken or any other details.
    Nice save!

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