Waterfall ice

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  1. youneek

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    The human figures really add to the perspective. Quite impressive.
     
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    Ditto.
    really impressive :D
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Very beautiful. And this is a colour photo --- at what time of the day was this taken? The blue is very prominent. Not bad in a photo that primarily depicts icy cold!
     
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    wow....very beautiful
     
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    cool shot, i agree about the people adding perspective... on a side note: i don't think i would want to be standing underneath those... :confused:
     
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    Thanks LaFoto, It was late afternoon.
     
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    Thanks JTHphoto, there were people climbing up the face of the ice covered cliffs next to Multnomah Falls in the Columbia Gorge on the Oregon side. The Falls are 620' in total drop. Thanks to all for your comments.
     
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    spec-tac-ular
     
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    ohh.. .when it was loading and I could see only the ice I thought that it is just another macro shot of ice.. but then... wow!!!!! cool
     
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    Thanks everyone for the kind comments.
     
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    I like the blue coloring....

    Steve
     

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