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    This image was created in Ithaca, New York on 11/3/18 at 10:36AM. Image adjustments in Lightroom and Photoshop.

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    Nice image John, the falls is like a blanket. The fall colors enhance the image.

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    A beautiful waterfall John! Wondering if you could have included more on the right and a little less on the left?... which would eliminate the man-made structure in the lower left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew McLachlan View Post
    A beautiful waterfall John! Wondering if you could have included more on the right and a little less on the left?... which would eliminate the man-made structure in the lower left.
    Hi Andrew

    I noticed there is a man made structure on the right as well so cannot win there.... However neither are too intrusive for my taste and i do like the layered waterfall look so well done John..!

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    Thanks guys, The right side has stairs just like the left but bigger and about twenty plus people on them.

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