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A difficult 1/3 mile bushwhack leads you to one of the most photogenic waterfalls in the Pacific Northwest. Little Niagara Falls
might be small by comparison to the "real" Niagara Falls, but it is still quite large... 75 feet high and 80 feet wide. It just barely fit inside one frame with my wide-angle lens cranked as wide as it would go!
My camera and I got completely pounded by the spray at this vantage point, but I persevered. I attempted several dozen shots, carefully wiping the lens between shots in the hopes that at least one of them would not be a blurry mess!
NOTE: When displayed at its default size, the photo may appear a bit "soft". FULL VIEW
is highly recommended for better appreciation of detail.(Nikon D90, Tokina 11-16 lens, circular polarizer, f/22, 1.6 seconds, Bogen/Manfrotto tripod)
Here is another horizontal study from a bit further away:
This waterfall looks considerably different in my semi-abstract vertical study: