Bond Falls (water waterfalls ). Photo by RWMc
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Bond Falls

Uploaded by: RWMc

Wednesday August 28, 2013

Trout Creek, MI (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: A hot and humid day on Michigan's Upper Peninsula, but visiting these falls was still a pleasant experience


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Focal Length: 36.0 mm

User Comment: (c)RWMc

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4. Tishu
7:37 AM GMT on August 31, 2013
Do people swim in this water, with the rusty iron in it?...might be a good way to get a "tan" ... lol.
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3. Tishu
7:34 AM GMT on August 31, 2013
Thanks for your explanations.
I was referring to the blur of the water. When you look at it with the naked eye you don't see the "blur" and this way it doesn't look natural.
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2. RWMc
12:46 PM GMT on August 30, 2013
If you mean the blur in the water, it's because this is a 1/4-second exposure. If you mean the yellow color, it looked the same way to the eye too. Not sure why. Elsewhere on the peninsula there's quite a bit of iron in the water, but that gives it a reddish-brown color (see my photo titled Upper Tahquamenon Falls).
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1. Tishu
9:34 AM GMT on August 30, 2013
I have never seen a water in a falls that looked like this. It doesn't look natural...why?
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About RWMc


I'm a contractor for NASA who spent 19 of 26 years in the California High Desert--nothing but blue sky averaging 330+ days a year. Then in January 2004 I was transferred to Virginia's Eastern Shore. My wife and I bought a home in Maryland and have enjoyed the area very much. It's nice to see some weather changes again--near 0°F in Jan and humidity and bugs in the summer have been an interesting change for us!My interest in photography goes back to a Minolta 35mm I bought in 1979. Update: Jan 2011, just purchased a Nikon D3100 and I'm looking forward to spending more time taking photos, and uploading them to WU.

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