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Old 11th of August 2012 (Sat)   #1
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Default Running water near Chimney Rock, NC

Was at a family reunion last week...drove up along the river near Chimney Rock in North Carolina. I love taking shots with slow exposures of the running water.

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IMG_7899 (3) by tonycorsoimages, on Flickr

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IMG_7887 (3) by tonycorsoimages, on Flickr

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IMG_7826 (3) by tonycorsoimages, on Flickr
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Great set. Like #5 the best.
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i like #4 best
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Great group of photos, like theme all.
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Default Re: Running water near Chimney Rock, NC

Is this that river that's toward the bottom of Chimney Rock? If it is, I know exactly the location you're talking about. My fave of the bunch is the last one.
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Very well done. So many slow exposure stream pictures lose the 'feel' of the water, but you achieved a nice balance which added detail to the water to compliment the excellent composition.
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Is this that river that's toward the bottom of Chimney Rock? If it is, I know exactly the location you're talking about. My fave of the bunch is the last one.
Yep...that's it. My brother has a lake home on Lake Lure and I got up one morning and headed up the road that follows that river up to Chimney Rock. Love that area.

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Very well done. So many slow exposure stream pictures lose the 'feel' of the water, but you achieved a nice balance which added detail to the water to compliment the excellent composition.
Thanks...appreciate your kind words...and to the other comments above, as well.
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Great set. Like #5 the best.
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