Sol Duc Falls

© Morris B. Altman

Sol Duc Falls

Uploaded: September 01, 2004


Photo Location: Olympic National Park, Washington State
Exposure: ISO 160, 1/8, f 11.0 & 1/18, f 11.0
2 photos layered together for increased dynamic range


Phil Sauvey September 01, 2004

Beautiful photograph and I love how you captured the natural light shining downward into the falls not to mention the bridge at the top. #164565

Morris B. Altman September 01, 2004

Thank you Phillip,

The light came through the trees for only a few moments and I was lucky enough to spot it.

Morris #750402

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