Challenge #6 in the Art of Earth series. Hosted by luxborealis.
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Continuing on with our Rivers theme - we can now concentrate on one of the most dramatic aspects of rivers - waterfalls. Again, to avoid images that show only flowing water, images must include at least part of the river bank or left/right side of the waterfall. However, the top edge of the waterfall is not necessary. Please NO HUMAN ELEMENTS in this Art of Earth series!
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Cachoeira da Fumaça
by Terrera
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Second tallest waterfall in Brazil, with a 340m (1115 feet) freefall, its name translated into English is "smoke waterfall". This is due to the fact that since its very tall with a fairly small amount of water, a lot of the water "evaporates" (wind of the valley blows the water up) looking as if it became smoke. During dry season, the water barely reaches the bottom.
Submitted: Sunday, 10th October, 2010 20:49 (GMT)
Taken: Saturday, 2nd July, 2005
Focal length: 6.3 mm
Shutter speed: 1/60 sec
Aperture: F2.8
ISO: 64
Notes: Not a very tecnical picture, since my dad was holding my foot in order to take this photo. But enough to get the picture.
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