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This is a small waterfall I found in the Brecon Beacons



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Registered: June 2006
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Date: Wed February 13, 2008
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Keywords: waterfall stream river flow
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A lovely waterfall. Nice capture. Viv
#1 Wed February 13, 2008 7:08pm

Magical shot. Thumbs Up!
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#2 Wed February 13, 2008 7:23pm

Nice image Rob, maybe a slight tweak in curves would lift this a little, but a good image regardless.

You don't take a photograph, you make it. - Ansel Adams
#3 Wed February 13, 2008 7:43pm

Nigel C Young
I had a very odd experience here in the seventies. I was camping with a few friends. We had a habit of rolling a few joints and sticking them in the pole ready for the morning. It was summer and dawn came early. We got up at around five-thirty, sparked up the spliffs, and made our way down a track through a pine wood. Upon rounding a bend we were confronted by a really peculiar pair of individuals. They seemed to have been in their seventies or eighties. Both were dressed in wellingtons, oilskins and sou'westers. They each had a brown backpack. They were facing each other, about ten yards apart at the extremity, and were marching past each other. They then did an about-turn and marched the other way. Despite our curious attention, they just carried on about their marching with completely expressionless faces. We carried on walking, wondering what the hell these two characters were doing in the middle of nowhere at that time of the morning. On our return, some five minutes later, they were gone. Looking back, their faces looked very much like those rubber masks you can get these days. I'm hoping that, perhaps, it might have been the SAS taking the mick out of a bunch of stoned teenagers. If not, I'm at a loss to explain it.

Whoops....nice shot. Sorry, I got carried away.
#4 Thu February 14, 2008 12:38am

Very nice, good use of long exposure Smile
Nige | Canon EOS 350D | Canon 18-55mm and Sigma 70-300mm Lenses
#5 Fri February 15, 2008 10:15am

Lovely shot.
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