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(June 16–21, 2005)

Christopher Glick

Tokushima City's Delta

David Gibson

Our Secret Waterfall

Small Creek Leading into Lake Massawippi, Quebec, Canada

June 16, 2005, 9:30 am edt

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© 2005 David Gibson, All Rights Reserved.

This little waterfall is about a 1/2 mile from our home through the woods. For our children growing up, it was always a magical spot and they would go there to play and to get away from everything. Even though they have all left home now, they still go there when they come home. As you can see in the panorama, many of the cedar trees are reaching the end of their lifespan. As they die out, they will be replaced by hardwoods and longer-lived evergreens such as hemlock and spruce. Hopefully, this secluded spot will survive the onslaught of development and be around for the enjoyment of another generation.
Canon Digital Rebel, Sigma 15 mm lens, multi-row 1-6-12-6-1 (+90;+45;0;-45;-90). Modified Kaidan KIWI bracket. Stitching done with PTMac. Exposure 1/5 sec at f6.3, ISO 400

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