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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-12-2004, 12:20 AM Thread Starter
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Whenever I'm out in the woods this time of year,it's hard not to notice all of the rushing water.Thought I'd start a post featuring some of my favourites,and see what everyone else has to add.Hard to choose from,there are so many!

Norvan Falls- Lynn Headwaters Park/ Shannon Falls / Kennedy Crk Falls -Lynn Headwaters Park
(Different shots of the same falls are welcome too...)
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Salt Creek Falls in Central Oregon. Very nice.


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Good idea Mick.

This pic was from my recent trip to Widgeon Lake. This is upper Widgeon Creek, near the lake.



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These are from Takkakaw Falls in Yoho N.P.Check out the two dots on the ledge to the left of the falls in pic#3.Guess they aren't afraid of heights!

Athabasca Falls in Jasper N.P.Amazing how the little stunted trees thrive in the rock crevices despite the pounding they get...

Johnston Canyon in Banff N.P.A really beautiful place,but go early to avoid the crowds...
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Wow, wow, wow Mick. [8D] Those waterfall shots are a feast for the eyes. I think I can feel the thunder of the water on your third shot.
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Emperor Falls-Mount Robson area
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Williamson Lake outlet (Welch Peak Trip)
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Keep 'em comin',folks-so many great pics.It's hard to take a bad pic of a waterfall....
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I need to buy a scanner. All my great pics are hard copy or I'd be up there with the rest of you. Maybe next year.....Great shots all. Keep em comin'
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I'm like Scambler my best are hard copy but heres a little something from the Skagit

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Here is Steve's Falls. Seen only in torrential downpours.


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That makes it a rarer sight,Bikerider.Where is Steve's Falls,BTW?
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Here is a shot of High Falls (May 18, 2003)


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My Norvan contribution... Sometime in January '04.

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That makes it a rarer sight,Bikerider.Where is Steve's Falls,BTW?
It's at Horseshoe Bay. Beside where all the big trucks are lined up in the ferry terminal. It's huge. Almost 9 metres.
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