A Snapshot From Today’s Hike: Kuuya-taki Waterfall in Western Kyoto
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Kuuya-taki Waterfall (空也滝)
Kyoto, Japan
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Did some hiking today. Took some pictures. Here's one.

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Nice flowing water capture. Did you use a tripod?

Yes, a crappy travel tripod that I wanted to chuck over the falls. (I took the shot from above a smaller falls.)
It’s on my list to go back with a real tripod, and some way to deal with the fact that the lens gets covered with mist almost immediately. —Jeffrey

— comment by Tom in SF on June 20th, 2012 at 10:55pm JST (12 years ago) comment permalink

Lovely shots!

— comment by Geanina on June 20th, 2012 at 11:24pm JST (12 years ago) comment permalink

I thought we already solved the mist problem with a t-shirt? 😉

If you had seen the state of my T-shirt after the hike to get there, you would not suggest putting it into close proximity of a lens (or anything living, for that matter). —Jeffrey

— comment by JasonP on June 21st, 2012 at 5:36am JST (12 years ago) comment permalink

This is such a great photo!

— comment by zoomingjapan on June 21st, 2012 at 12:31pm JST (12 years ago) comment permalink

Awesome pics dude ! Have you ever visited india ? It have a lots of beautiful places to see. I am from India

Yes, I visited about 20 years ago. It was lovely. —Jeffrey

— comment by Astha on June 11th, 2018 at 2:46pm JST (6 years ago) comment permalink
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