Mini Waterfall

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  1. Wally

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    only a few inches high. Comments welcome

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    wow awesome picture... is that like a man made ornament thing, or found in nature?
     
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    Dang Wally! Great job! It looks like the leaves are covered in seran wrap or somethin like that! :thumbsup:
     
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    thank you both, this is a tiny trickle of a stream that fllows into Brokenstraw Creek in Warren County in NW PA. At this spot a branch made a "dam" and got even higher with all the fall leaves. It is 100% natural.
     
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    Nice and crisp Wally :thumbup: I like how the leaves span the entire frame.Lots of color from you lately...I like it ;)
     
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    nice shot... Im alway comming across little waterfalls but for some reason i alway have in my head that i need some huge cascading waterfall to shoot. its nice to see something you may come across but never think to shoot. great idea.
    btw, brokenstraw is a great place in itself.
     
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    Great shot, just the right amount of blur to the water. :thumbup: :D
     
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    Nice shot Wally! :thumbup:
     
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    :thumbup: :thumbup:
     
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    awesome..... it looks so static.....
     
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    Good shot! I was just babbling in another threaf about how I love the colors this time of year, and then I see this. :thumbup: These muted browns are my absolute favorite. Love your shutter speed here. Nice one, Wally. :)
     
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    Great capture.

    Eric
     

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