A Small Fall

PetersCreek

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Saturday was a busy day for me. I first had to meet a client for senior portraits at sunrise in Portage Valley. Then at 4pm that evening, The Wife® and I were to check in to the Alyeska Prince Hotel for their Oktoberfest celebration. In between those two events, I had hours to kill and killed 'em takin' pictures. It seemed like I drove and walked all over Portage Valley, Whittier, and Girdwood.

Once in Girdwood, I decided to drive up Crow Creek Road, to eventually reach the Crow Creek Mine. This isn't an improved road, however. It's dirty, rocky, and rough, being filled with ruts and potholes in spots. And it's a good thing, too. If I hadn't had to slow down, I might've missed seeing this small waterfall tucked into the woods above the road. It sure is a small waterfall but it seems to pack a lot of beauty into it's small footprint.

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awesome brett... just awesome. i'm glad you didn't miss it, then i would have missed it... can i trouble you for the details? lens & settings?
 

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Incredible shot. Says a lot for slow wandering.
 
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Thanks folks. Sorry I forgot to include the details...

Canon 20D & Canon 24-105mm f/4L USM IS @ 24mm
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