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Toorongo Falls is near Noojee in the Yarra Valley outside of Melbourne. A beautiful waterfall which is well worth a visit.

Camera: Canon 5D mkII
Lens: EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM @ 17mm
Filters: Circular Polarizer, 2 stop ND graduated filter
ISO: 100
Shutter Speed: 10 sec
Aperture: f/20
WB: Auto
Exposure Compensation: -1/3rd stop
When: 9:54am on 2/7/09

To check out other shots from this area see my Yarra Valley gallery.

For more waterfall shots check out my Waterfalls gallery.

$30 a month of all photography related profits go to the Wilderness Society

Australia’s rugged landscape is an important part of my life and over many years I have explored some of the more remote parts of it on foot, ski, kayak and rope. I usually travel alone so I can take my time capturing the essence of these places without distraction. Life slows down and after a while I feel like I begin to merge with the land, nature takes me into her confidence and changes me. I hope you enjoy the fruit of these excursions.

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Comments

  • dinghysailor1
    dinghysailor1over 5 years ago

    one of the most beautiful waterfalls ever!! stunning capture trav.. love its delicacy and flow… perfectly judged
    :)))

  • It is a truly gorgeous drop Maggie. This is my fifth visit but my first with overcast lighting conditions condusive for this sort of photography, thanks.

    – Travis Easton

  • Jim Worrall
    Jim Worrallover 5 years ago

    very nice Travis, ….I see you ran across the log to the other side for this one, …well done.

  • I actually did a circuit and was on my way back down from the upper falls, thanks Jim.

    – Travis Easton

  • Mike Emmett
    Mike Emmettover 5 years ago

    Thats a cracker! Tall trees and tall whispy water.

  • Squealia
    Squealiaover 5 years ago

    excellent, fab!

  • helmutk
    helmutkover 5 years ago

    Very impressive image Travis instant fav

  • Thanks Helmut, had a great time today taking pics with Don Wilson, Tony Middleton and Rob Mullner. I was the last one to finish the others waiting patiently just out of frame having a nice old chin wag. Cheers.

    – Travis Easton

  • Robert Mullner
    Robert Mullnerover 5 years ago

    Well done Trav..really nice perspective, looks slippery up there.!!

  • I was propped in that tree at the time if you remember (or were you and Don too deep in conversation to notice ;-), felt very secure. Tone knows me too well re the first one to post jibe. I’m still excited about not having to wait weeks or sometimes months to finish a film and get it processed, so tend to get onto my pics pretty quick, thanks for a great day mate, good to finally meet ya in the flesh.

    – Travis Easton

  • mltrue
    mltrueover 5 years ago

    Fantastic work, Travis!

  • Kristina K
    Kristina Kover 5 years ago

    stunning, well worth the lovely the walk..:)) k

  • judyoneil
    judyoneilover 5 years ago

    Amazing shot – best I have ever seen. Instant favorite Travis :))

  • Whoa, thanks Judy :)

    – Travis Easton

  • Donovan wilson
    Donovan wilsonover 5 years ago

    Wow Trav i love this one all them threads of water well done.

  • Certainly is nice getting a perspective you haven’t seen before that works, ta mate. And my new found liberty is all thanks to ‘Wader Man’.

    – Travis Easton

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