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Dec 11, 2010, 1:57:45 PM
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drenched by NWunseen drenched by NWunseen
after driving for hours to get to this location..wasnt until the last mile that it started raining :|
there are three amazing falls in a 3/4 mile distance of Little Mashel Creek, this was the last of the three and by this time it was raining profusely! this one has much potential but conditions gave scare to the equipment, so shots were minimum..but will be revisited once the rain takes a break..so most likely May!! :lol:

40 foot Lower Little Mashel Falls
near Eatonville, WA

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Dolbsha Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
what luck i love the intensity of the green in the area it is simply beautiful and the slow shutter speed adds to that effect as well as the fog from the rain it is just amazing addition to the over all shot i love how it came out it just reminds me of why i love rain.
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NWunseen Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011  Professional Photographer
wow! thanks so much for the kind words, very much appreciated :)
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Dolbsha Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
no problem it was a very nice shot and deserved nothing less
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PaulSwiatkowskiPhoto Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Despite the conditions you pulled off a fantastic shot Addam! I'm looking forward to the revisit! Have you ever thought about buying a rain cover by chance? I bought the Kata E-702 Large Digital SLR Camera Raincover, it was a bit pricey but it has kept my camera dry under some pretty heavy rains. My only issue with it is that it's tough to maneuver your lens.
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NWunseen Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2011  Professional Photographer
thanks Paul! i was looking at something similar to the Kata for a while now..procrastinated on getting it, Paula referred me to the rainsleeve..$6! havent tried it yet but should work for awhile until i get some serious equipment and be more extra weary of harming it. thanks for the recommendation :)
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PaulSwiatkowskiPhoto Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Your welcome Addam! I'm sure that the rainsleeve would work just fine. If it doesn't or if it tares at least it was only $6 right!?
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NWunseen Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011  Professional Photographer
lol..exactly! plus i try to carry as little as possible when i go out, think the sleeve will be less bulky compared to the jacket.
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La-Vita-a-Bella Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2011   Photographer
Very nice! You should get a Rainsleeve! :D
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NWunseen Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2011  Professional Photographer
Thanks Paula :) rainsleeve has definitely been on my list of 1001 things i want to get! ..after that last trip has jumped up to next item purchased :D
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La-Vita-a-Bella Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2011   Photographer
I bought a two-pack of them and am still using the first one. They were only about $7 at Ritz. It has a little hole that you can fit over your eyepiece so you can see. The string at the end where the lens is pulls tight, but I want to get some velcro and attach it to the lens hood and the plastic because it doesn't stay in place very well. You still have to deal with water on the front of your lens, but the hood helps control that.
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