Shoshone Falls, Idaho.

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not1word on April 11, 2010

Oi! settle down back there, alla youse!

I feel another road trip comin' on. Time to get your geography lessons shaped up to follow along at home.

D.R.Lamont on April 13, 2010

I just pee'd...

whoelius on April 13, 2010

A guy in my English class did that once. He told me he was going to do it too. His name was (and still is, I presume) Seamus. "I'm gonna do a wee so I can get out of class," he said. A couple of minutes later I heard it dribble and pour...

I can't think of a moral code for that little story so it can't be elevated to "anecdote" status. Sorry.

not1word on April 15, 2010

So, I guess we need to know if Mr. Lamont followed through with his threat. And if he got out of class.

Sue Allen on April 27, 2010

What an amazing place! I love all the different textures of ruffles in the falling water, and as for the rainbow and the light -- surreal! Fascinating, in fact, like layers of different places slotted together like an enormous cardboard model. I will have to read back and see if you have done something to this photo, or not, but I just spotted that it's nearly 1 am, so now is not the time nor the place for my investigation. Darn it. Good day or night, not1word, hope you're feeling fine up there in the far north!

Best wishes,

Sue

not1word on April 28, 2010

Hi there, Sue. I'll be the first to admit, this is a fairly busy shot, but everything that you see is exactly as it was when I released the shutter. I do like your description of all of it, though. Thank you very much!

Norrel on April 28, 2010

What not1word doesn't tell us, is that he had asked the waterfalls to gather in this place, so he could take a nice picture of the whole lot of them together. We all do that at family meetings, don't we?

not1word on May 1, 2010

That's a funny take on this shot, Norrel. The locals were really annoyed, too, especially that one guy that had three of them walking across his corn field.

kamalyn on May 1, 2010

wellll, I'm wondering if in fact there are this many waterfalls gathered. Considering who snapped the photo, I wouldn't be surprised if only one waterfall showed up and n1w used this same method.

not1word on May 1, 2010

Ouch, kamalyn, you don't know how close that one hits to home. A number of years ago, when I first started figuring out how to mess with digital photos, I took a regular negative shot of a small little cascade of water. When I got home, what I thought would be a pretty little quite scene was actually quite boring. So, I spent a couple of hours messing around with it, and tripled the waterfall effect, and not too badly, I must say. I didn't even think about the connection until you said that. Now none of my shots will be trusted. Oy vey!

hermieb on August 5, 2011

What Sue said!!!

not1word on August 16, 2011

Thank you very much, hermieb. I appreciate that.

T 1 on September 19, 2011

very beautiful thank you--عکس زیبا و جالبی است-متشکرم

not1word on September 30, 2011

Thanks for visiting, and for leaving a nice comment, MILAD 1.

roeli bindels on March 11, 2013

beautiful image!!!!!

Konjuh 108 on January 11, 2014

Hey people, what is wrong? Over 10 000 views and ONLY three likes. One more Like.

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Photo taken in Shoshone Falls Park, Twin Falls, ID 83301, USA

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  • Uploaded on February 14, 2010
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    by not1word
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D60
    • Taken on 2010/02/11 11:31:55
    • Exposure: 0.013s (1/80)
    • Focal Length: 18.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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