Waterfall Selfie

I would have stood closer to the falls, but it was like a ice rink up there πŸ™

Exif love:
D750 (yeah i know the embedded exif says D610 πŸ™‚ ) coupled with 16-35mm f4 @ 16mm Aperture: f/11 and Shutter Speed: 0.77s
ISO 250
out front – Hoya CPL

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69 thoughts on “Waterfall Selfie

  1. +Graeme Andrew
    , funny you say that, i do have one since i did the lazy mans selfie and just had the shutter go off every 20 seconds to give me time to get to the spot, consequently i have a series of images (some alittle blurry) of me getting there… and yes very careful steps

  2. Vertical zoom crop πŸ™‚
    Personally I liked the tall gangly dude doing the strange crab like shuffle steps πŸ™‚
    I've not looked at my shots yet but I probably have some of you standing up there (looking from down the bottom where I was) πŸ™‚

  3. It's not too bad +Grant Galbraith – the only tricky bit is a couple metre drop with this dodgy looking rope attached to a "tree" with a trunk thinner than your wrist and the sliperier than ice rocks :).
    The bonus is there's actually two separate falls down there to shoot (which I only noticed after we'd been down there for a bit and I went exploring) – this was the second one.

  4. hey +Grant Galbraith
    see my other post about it where you asked about access – but once you get to the base of the main falls it is a pretty simple exercise to get around to this set of falls. Note, if there was alot of rain, getting across the main falls could be hard. If your really keen i'll shoot you a message next time I go there, I do want to revisit it at a later date..

  5. So thats what I missed 😢 It's very beautiful! I wish I had been brave enough to tackle that rope, but I was way out of my comfort zone!! I'm tooo much of a city girl!! I need to discover my sense of adventure!!

  6. +Deb Mooney
    oddly enough there may well be a way around that rope section, there was a bit of a path leading further around which could be easier. Personally I would rather not climb dodgy ropes tided to saplings in mud πŸ™‚

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