Takakkaw Falls running Full (Summer sky trees water waterfalls ). Photo by walcek

Takakkaw Falls running Full

Uploaded by: walcek

Wednesday July 3, 2013

Field, Canada

Caption: In Yoho Nat'l Park (BC, Canada). These falls are probably carrying their most volume today with the recent rains and snow melt. My poor camera got sprayed with mist, making it impossible to get good pics much closer to the falls, but I went into the mist anyway, and witnessed a nice double rainbow.

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About walcek

walcek

Photography has always been a hobby since I saved up babysitting and lawn-mowing earnings for my first SLR back in the 70s as a young kid. I like the random, beautiful things that most overlook in today's hectic pace.

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