Wow! great work....
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Waterfalls always have me gaping, even when they are artificial!
Hahaha. I've just read a fun children's book called The Postcard by Tony Abbott. There's a lot of talk in it about the old Florida attractions, some that are gone, some that remain after decades. This looks like one of the keepers.
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I don't really get what is so Canadian about this waterfall. Maybe if it was maple syrup fall... :) Anyway, it's beautiful!God bless you!Cezar
@ Cezar - It's "Canadian" because it's located at the Canada Pavilion in the Epcot Center in Orlando, which is designed to look like a piece of Canada. And it's Canadian because the Disney poohbahs say so! Heh. Heh. I thought, however, it might resemble one of Canada's more significant waterfalls.Have a great weekend.
Amazing, great capture of a super scene, it looks so real! Nice job. (I mean it doesn't look man made and probably that's at least partly due to your skills in framing.)
If nothing else, it's a beautiful, refreshing waterfall! I searched waterfalls in Canada and found many gorgeous ones....then had to remember WHY I was even doing this search. I'm so easily distracted!
Beautiful shot Jacob... I love the color of the rocks! Gorgeous! Thanks for your nice message on my blog and your fidelity!
@ Nefertiti - I don't understand. What do you mean by "challenge of the net"?And, I apologize for my very, very poor French!
It doesn't look like I any falls that I know of in Ontario but does remind me of the Canadian Rockies. Nice shot!
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