Horseshoe Falls

Picture by myliwg01


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  • November 17, 2013
  • Sigma 10-20 ex dc @f11 20mm
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number -3 to +3ev single step
  • Editing Software Photoshop / Others / Photomatix Pro
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes Taken on a Canon 70D,not yet on list.
Horseshoe Falls Llangollen N.Wales landscape

12 Comments

17 Nov 09:26
myliwg01

The Horseshoe Falls is a picturesque, crescent-shaped weir on the River Dee. Designed by Thomas Telford in the early 19th century, it was built to feed water from the river into the Llangollen Canal, a branch of the Shropshire Union Canal. Before the building of the railways, the canal was used for transporting slate from nearby quarries to the Midlands. Today, the meadow beside the falls is a popular picnic spot and it can be reached by following the canal towpath from Llangollen.

17 Nov 09:41
anonymous

lovely

17 Nov 12:13
__banned__user_

Now I miss being back in UK!!!

17 Nov 14:13
monaris

Nice

17 Nov 14:51
arnie58

nice shot

17 Nov 16:26
pixel_komando

10

17 Nov 19:45
anonymous

molto bello!!

17 Nov 21:06
josephc

10

17 Nov 23:32
rcuello

Process dramatic, I like.

18 Nov 07:07
jorgehdrbrazil

10

18 Nov 11:25
osprey

10

18 Nov 19:11
russell

wonderful colours

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