Wednesday, July 4, 2012

The waterfall in Vilpiano








8 comments:

  1. Nice work Karl, beautiful images. Good idea to show the people to give an idea of how high this waterfall is.

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  2. It's magnificent! Very dramatic pictures Karl.

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  3. Karl, these photos were breathaking! Great photos.

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  4. This is a dramatic, stunning waterfall which is beautifully photographed. Karl, you have done it once again!

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  5. Beautiful! I'd love to be standing there right now.

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  6. Looks like many waterfalls! And I'm glad you included some people to give a sense of scale! It's marvelous and one of nature's great wonders!

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  7. You have captured the movement of the falls so beautufully Karl. Does it freeze in winter or just stop flowing?

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  8. Wow, these images are great!

    I can nearly hear music (Edvard Grieg) by looking at them.

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