A Jungle Stream

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  1. Talonted90

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    We often had to cross these streams during our treks through the jungle in Honduras. I spent two weeks this summer in Cusuco National Park assisting conservation studies with Operation Wallacea. They were little microhabitats within the dense jungles playing host to all sorts of tadpoles, insects, and even freshwater crabs. No matter how small they were someone always managed to fall in.
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    Wow great shot! Looks a bit overexposed at the top, unless thats what you were trying to get
     
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    No I thought the same thing about it being overexposed. I was thinking I should have cropped it up to there so I think I am going to. I'll repost the new pic soon.
     
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    It does seem overexposed, maybe a bit more contrast, saturation, and bumping the exposure down would help it a bit.
     

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