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Taken with a Canon EOS 60D, 15 mm Fisheye lens (ISO-100, F18, 3.2 sec exposure) edited in CS5
Location: Somersby Falls, north of Sydney, NSW, Australia
After 8 days of steady rain here in Sydney, I was getting cabin fever so when the weather finally cleared (well stopped raining for a moment) I packed the camera into the car and drove about half hour north of where I live to the Somersby Falls… I wanted to see how much water was there from the “big wet”..
I wasn’t disappointed… She was def pumping, just the sound of all the water was quite deafening.
Anyway I managed to get a couple of shots of the bottom falls before anyone else turned up (a whole minute wahoo) then got silently harrassed for my rock (the only one not covered in water)… So the afternoon ended on a slightly sour note for me…
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