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There is no water flow here for 10 months of the year but I was lucky enough a few weeks ago; this little “fall” is only about 2ft high, shot closely.
Extremely cold wet feet getting a few shots of these cascades in the Karst Ranges,,but worth it.
If you look closely at the top section you can see the normal flow of the creek!

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Located on the slopes of the Great Western Tiers, in an area of over three hundred known caves and sinkholes, the Mole Creek Karst National Park, protects some of the finest and most visited cave systems in Tasmania, Aust. Karst is a Slovene/German word used to describe landscapes formed from the chemical erosion of rocks such as limestone. Aprox 1 hours drive from Launceston, Tas, Australia

Canon EOS 5D Mk2
Tv(Shutter Speed)-T..25 sec’s
Av(Aperture Value)-F..22
ISO Speed-125
Lens- Canon-17-40mm F4 L
Focal Length-20mm
Tripod-Benro
Filters-CPL

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The images here on RB are only a very small sample of photographs available, so if you’re interested in a particular area, or subject matter, please ask as I may have it. You can contact me at this email address below.
Dale.
>> scully450@gmail.com <<

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>> 15th Sept 2010,,, 26 favs, 218 views

The images here on RB are only a very small sample of photographs available, so if you’re interested in a particular area, or subject matter, please ask as I may have it. You can contact me at this email address below.
Dale.
>> scully450@gmail.com <<

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australia, cascades, dark, husky, rain forest, rocks, sexy, tasmania, water, water fall

I’m a self taught photographer and shift worker, living in the beautiful state of Tasmania. I concentrate mostly on capturing “silky” water shots via long exposures but also dabble in other area’s.

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Comments

  • Sharon House
    Sharon Housealmost 4 years ago

    So beautiful!! Love the light and colour – and that divine water softness!!!

  • Me too ;)) thanks very much Shaz!

    – Husky

  • terezadelpilar~ art & architecture
    terezadelpilar...almost 4 years ago

    awesome material

  • ;) thank you Tereza!

    – Husky

  • Sharon Kavanagh
    Sharon Kavanaghalmost 4 years ago

    Another ripper mate!!! Fave for me…

  • Glad you like it Shaz ;)) thanks!

    – Husky

  • Kylie  Sheahen
    Kylie Sheahenalmost 4 years ago

    Beautiful shot Dale, love the red in the roots, wonderful detail and exposure! :)))

  • You dont miss much do ya Kyl’s! Thanks heaps Kylie!

    – Husky

  • tom j deters
    tom j detersalmost 4 years ago

    Beautifully done! Wonderful capture!!!

  • Thanks alot Tom!

    – Husky

  • Kim Barton
    Kim Bartonalmost 4 years ago

    Another wonderful image! That little root in the middle just makes this so much more fun! This sounds like an amazing park!

  • Thanks very much Kim!! Its not really as you would call a “park” its just the bush to Australians and we are very lucky over here!

    – Husky

  • Bronwyn Munro
    Bronwyn Munroalmost 4 years ago

    This is beautiful – and only 2ft high!

  • Yep,,its tiny Bron! Thank you ;)

    – Husky

  • Petehamilton
    Petehamiltonalmost 4 years ago

    Beautiful work Husky…Outstanding!!

  • Thanks Pete!

    – Husky

  • donnnnnny
    donnnnnnyalmost 4 years ago

    superb little falls well presented, no over exposure, great white balance

  • Thanks mate ;))

    – Husky

  • Prasad
    Prasadalmost 4 years ago

    Beauty

  • Thanks Prasad!

    – Husky

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