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Old Apr-30-2012, 08:59 PM
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Rutledge Falls - spring
I posted some early fall shots of this place last year, http://www.dgrin.com/showthread.php?t=207505 and thought I would post some from Saturday for a little contrast. Nothing all that special, just a lovely place to visit and shoot which is close to my house.

1 apparently this statue was at one time located in Nashville


2 discovered that I lost my tripod (or rather left on the side of the road) a few weeks back in NC near between Cherokee and Murphy. So used my monopod to help stabilize.


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and a little video I took while there for those interested
http://www.jpbuffington.org/Category...2728282_S8C4VJ
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Old May-02-2012, 11:22 AM
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I really like #2, I can almost hear the water hitting the rocks. Very nice
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I really like #2, I can almost hear the water hitting the rocks. Very nice
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Old May-04-2012, 08:14 AM
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Really nice shots. #5 is my favorite of the bunch, followed closely by 2, 6 and 7.
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Old May-04-2012, 10:44 AM
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Really like this set (much like the ones you linked to). Very nice.
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Really nice shots. #5 is my favorite of the bunch, followed closely by 2, 6 and 7.
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Really like this set (much like the ones you linked to). Very nice.
I visit this place often. Figured i would try some similar compositions, following the changing of the seasons.
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Nice set. I like what you were going for in #3, although I think it doesn't quite work as is, but it's a nice way to approach the subject. On #2 I might crop out the tree on the right.
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Nice set. I like what you were going for in #3, although I think it doesn't quite work as is, but it's a nice way to approach the subject. On #2 I might crop out the tree on the right.
Thanks for the suggestions. I believe you are right on both accounts.
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