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World Heritage

(June, 2004)

Martin Sammtleben

Kaldidalur "The Cold Valley"

Scott Rowed

Panther Falls, Banff National Park

Banff National Park, Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site, Alberta, Canada.

11 a.m. Mountain Daylight Time, June 20, 2004

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Panther Falls is a spectacular, but little-known waterfall. Perhaps this is good, because it is a very dangerous place. One stumble over a slippery rock and you can fall 100 metres to the rocks below. At first I tried to photograph the panorama from below, but the heavy spray made it impossible to keep the lens dry. Then I ventured onto this ledge partway up from where I could photograph right beside the falling water. The wide contrast range, from the dark shadows to the bright clouds near the sun, made this panorama technically challenging.
Fuji S2 Pro, Nikkor 10.5, homemade head, PTGui, Picture Window Pro, Photoshop, PanoCube Plus

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