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Oct 15, 2013 20:05:48   #
sunshooter Loc: Coppell, TX (ouside Dallas)
 
SQUIRL033 wrote:
actually, the mountains are even responsible for "Seattle rainy"... when warm, wet marine air comes in from the ocean, it bumps up against the mountains (Olympics as well as Cascades). the clouds rise and cool, and as they do, the moisture condenses and falls as rain. often the clouds never make it over the mountains, so they just sit here over Puget Sound for days on end until they either dissipate, or drop enough moisture to move on...


That's why Spokane is so dry, and why Moses Lake is in a true desert. Two terrific photos, Rocky!

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Oct 15, 2013 20:11:33   #
sunshooter Loc: Coppell, TX (ouside Dallas)
 
Here are some waterfall shots I've taken the past few years.

Nugget Falls - Juneau, Alaska
Nugget Falls - Juneau, Alaska...

Brandywine Falls - Squamish, British Columbia
Brandywine Falls - Squamish, British Columbia...

Looking Glass Falls, North Carolina
Looking Glass Falls, North Carolina...

Falling Spring Falls, Virginia
Falling Spring Falls, Virginia...

Great Falls of the Potomac, east side - stitched image
Great Falls of the Potomac, east side - stitched i...

Upper Yosemite Falls, California
Upper Yosemite Falls, California...

Lower Yosemite Falls, California
Lower Yosemite Falls, California...

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Nov 23, 2013 12:59:56   #
PaulR01 Loc: West Texas
 
Nikonian72 wrote:
This is a perpetual thread for all members to post images of moving fresh water.
Another thread will be moving sea water (waves & tides).
No HDR! That is another forum.

We request typical exposure settings to accompany all images, including: camera make & model; lens make & model; shutter duration and aperture used. Also, any situational info of interest.


I took these at Niagara Falls about 6 years ago. The shots were from a Fuji Point and shoot on shutter priority. That's about all i remember about the shots.







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Dec 7, 2013 23:33:20   #
greg vescuso Loc: Ozark,Mo.
 
Here are a few pictures I took when I was traveling around the country in a Semi Truck.

Greenville South Carolina
Greenville South Carolina...

Gilford New Hampshire
Gilford New Hampshire...

Gilford New Hampshire
Gilford New Hampshire...

Spring Mill Mitchell Indiana
Spring Mill  Mitchell Indiana...

Spring Mill Mitchell Indiana
Spring Mill  Mitchell Indiana...

Spring Mill Mitchell Indiana
Spring Mill  Mitchell Indiana...

Hodgeson Mill Missouri
Hodgeson Mill Missouri...

Table Rock Dam Branson Missouri
Table Rock Dam Branson Missouri...

Table Rock Dam Branson Missouri
Table Rock Dam Branson Missouri...

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Dec 8, 2013 16:50:21   #
jimber Loc: Green Bay, WI
 
I keep getting a "server internal error" every time a try to add a picture. I'm open to suggestions as to what to do next.

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Feb 20, 2014 14:56:19   #
Andy-j Loc: Stoke-on-Trent UK
 
Nikonian72 wrote:
This is a perpetual thread for all members to post images of moving fresh water.
Another thread will be moving sea water (waves & tides).
No HDR! That is another forum.

We request typical exposure settings to accompany all images, including: camera make & model; lens make & model; shutter duration and aperture used. Also, any situational info of interest.


High Force, County Durham. Taken with Nikon D7100, 16-85 lens @ f11 1/13 sec iso320



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Feb 23, 2014 03:59:45   #
louelke Loc: Graham, WA
 
Love photographing waterfalls and rivers.
Here are just a few of my favorites, taken with a Pentax 6x7, and scanned from the negatives.

Paradise River on Mt. Rainier, WA
Paradise River on Mt. Rainier, WA...

Sol Duc Falls, Olympic Peninsula, WA
Sol Duc Falls, Olympic Peninsula, WA...

South Falls, Silver Falls State Park, OR
South Falls, Silver Falls State Park, OR...

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Feb 23, 2014 06:34:17   #
lighthouse Loc: No Fixed Abode
 
louelke wrote:
Love photographing waterfalls and rivers.
Here are just a few of my favorites, taken with a Pentax 6x7, and scanned from the negatives.


Lovely shots Lou

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Feb 24, 2014 03:42:36   #
louelke Loc: Graham, WA
 
lighthouse wrote:
Lovely shots Lou


Thank you!

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Feb 28, 2014 11:36:41   #
Rudolf Loc: Marietta, Georgia
 
Vickory Falls, Ga . Used ND4 filter.


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Feb 28, 2014 22:06:18   #
louelke Loc: Graham, WA
 
Rudolf wrote:
Vickory Falls, Ga . Used ND4 filter.


Beautiful!

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Mar 29, 2014 11:39:43   #
ptcanon3ti Loc: NJ
 
How do you post photos with out downloading them to the site?

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Mar 29, 2014 13:24:52   #
Nikonian72 Loc: Chico CA
 
ptcanon3ti wrote:
How do you post photos with out downloading them to the site?
http://www.uglyhedgehog.com/t-1-1.html#7983

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Apr 1, 2014 16:04:58   #
Rudolf Loc: Marietta, Georgia
 
Johnston River Gorge, Alberta, Canada


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Apr 1, 2014 20:35:43   #
ptcanon3ti Loc: NJ
 
one of mine...



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