Tompkin's Falls / Pepacton Reservoir

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Tompkin's Falls / Pepacton Reservoir
1 month ago

Working out in the countryside, a little of this, a little of that. . . (all probably better seen on Flickr than on DPR here, but. . . )

Tompkin's Falls, working it.

E-M1, 12-40/2.8, passed through DXO Optics (1/20s f/5 ISO 200 12mm)

E-M1, 12-40/2.8 (.6s f/9 ISO 200 14mm)

E-M1, 9-18/4.5-5.6 (1/6s f/8 ISO 400 9mm)

E-M1, 9-18/4.5-5.6 (1/6s f/8 ISO 400 9mm)

E-M1, 12-40/2.8 (1/3s f/10 ISO 200, 5 portrait orientations w/PTGui)

E-M1, 12-40/2.8 (1/3s f/8 ISO 200, 6 portrait orientation frames w/PTGui)

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Leaving this behind, moved on to the Pepacton Reservoir.  There wasn't much expectation for more than a gray sunset, but I wasn't ready to call it a day just yet.  The solitude at calm atmosphere alone was worth the visit and sit-down for a bit.  (As opposed to the falls, which was treacherous-slippery, and the sounds of the flow had me hearing voices despite being all alone [g]).

E-M1, Bower 7.5mm/3.5, cropped (1/60s f/5.6 ISO 200)

E-M1, Bower 7.5mm/3.5, cropped (1/25s f/5.6 ISO 200)

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