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      Ye Olde Prospector




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      Registered: June 2004
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      This is on of the highest waterfalls in Maine located in Township-D near "Jammer" cache.
      http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...2-e7aadd70cf77
      · Date: Thu August 19, 2004 · Views: 3,453
      · Filesize: 72.5kb, 821.3kb · Dimensions: 900 x 1200
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  1.   Thu August 19, 2004 8:39pm Rating: 10.00 
    1. Haffy

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      Nice falls Cliff,and good use of shutter speed. I gotta try some of those soon.

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  1.   Fri August 20, 2004 1:13am
    1. Ye Olde Prospector

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      Lower light gives better motion effect because you can use slower shutter speed, this was only 1/8 second hand held. The white areas will become over exposed if there is too much light. Any longer exposures you will probably need a tripod or a fixed object to sit camera on.
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