"Bash Bish Falls" ~ B&W

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"Bash Bish Falls"   ~ B&W
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Located in the southern Berkshire Mountains, Bash Bish Brook straddles the NY and Massachusetts border. The waterfalls plunge 60 feet into an emerald pool before cascading through the steep and narrow gorge.

This black and white version was made using a SinghRay Vari-ND filter mounted to a Nikkor 12-24mm UWA lens. A moderately difficult climb was necessary to access this perspective, then spread the tripod legs to drop the camera body as low as possible. This is also a stitched pano, using a full frame plus 1/3rd of another exposure.

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Exif: F Number: 22, Exposure Bias Value: -0.33, ExposureTime: 10/1 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 15.00 mm, Model: NIKON D300

Uploaded on 4/17/2012 2:11:24 PM

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