Tioga falls after a good rain

 
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Tioga Falls, Ft. Knox, after getting a lot of rain. This was about half a mile from where I parked at. I hiked the trail there and just as I got there, it started to rain (aargh!). I was able to get this pic of it at normal aperture and shutter speed before I had to put the camera up.

The only thing I did to this picture afterwards was run it through the Neat Image program which only took out a small amount of noise.

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Guest - May 08, 2007 12:17 AM EDT
Thank you all for the compliments! This is the only real waterfall, viewable like this only after a decent rain. For this pic, I had my camera in vibration-reduction mode which is pretty much auto everything with VR. I'll try again sometime, hopefully without the rain...
Guest - May 07, 2007 07:42 PM EDT
Beautiful photo. Too bad about the rain. It is a shame you couldn't take more photos.
Guest - May 06, 2007 06:07 PM EDT
This looks so peaceful and serene. What a nice place to be!
Guest - May 06, 2007 02:03 PM EDT
Wow! How beautiful great capture so peaceful very nice.
Guest - May 06, 2007 09:15 AM EDT
Great looking falls capture Jay. I think the shutter speed is just right for these falls. Very nice work! Don
Guest - May 06, 2007 08:08 AM EDT
You were right, Jay. This is a beautiful waterfall. Go figure that the rains would start again. The main problem I had at the base of Taughannock Falls was the mist. It came way out over the viewing area so I was unable to get the real close-ups I wanted. How many falls are in this park? It's mesmerizing. Vicki
Guest - May 06, 2007 03:13 AM EDT
What a marvelous serene composition. Very well balanced. Hope to see more of these falls in your portfolio as it is certianly a beauty.
Guest - May 05, 2007 11:45 PM EDT
very nice shot well done, pitty about the rain.

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