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Forget the warning sign…. that frozen waterfall looks so cool!
It was “cool”. 🙂
I remember the Falling Rock warnings along the highways of New York! For a kid from Wisconsin, those were a revelation. It had never occurred to me that mountains might shed.
LOL…that’s one way to look at it. So far I have only seen the after effects of a fallen rock and not witnessed the event.
falling rocks! frozen water…what more could you ask for?
The Sun would have been nice. We have had only two days without snow since January 1st!
That’s a beautiful falls! I haven’t found any that tall around here.
Taughannock Falls is taller than Niagara Falls with a 215 foot drop. It’s one of the tallest falls east of the Mississippi River.
PLEASE submit that photo….
Hi, Monroe! I hope to have a set ready to go by the end of the week.
I probably wouldn’t have noticed the sign until after I turned around to look back once I’d walked up to the falls. I speak from recently experience, having walked on ice dunes and saw the signs warning me not to when I finished. My attention-deficit may get me killed one day.
Beautiful falls and I love the angle at which you included the sign.
Be careful, Robin!
The HDR Image looks like a painting, and what a beautiful ice falls.
The lighting was a bit flat the day I was there. The Sun flirted with coming out but never did. I took a lot of HDR sets as well as single exposures to give me a good selection.
I have to admit, Scott, when I first saw the image, I thought you took it at DAK (‘Everest!’) Looks just like something Disney would do!
Very cool in HDR!
It would be something Disney might do. I got a some photos around Everest of some of the “warning signs”, too. Thanks!
Wow! Dramatic warning! We shall proceed no further…
It’s best to take heed when a state government becomes dramatic! 🙂