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    Cool Waterfall photos

    Bridal Vail Falls, North Carolina
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    Mount Rainier National Park, WA

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    Here was my view last Tuesday. My bike could not get into this photo tho'.
    It was back just a bit in the parking lot.
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    I should add, 60 62 degrees all thru' the park. Mostly sunny and pleasant.

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    Red Rock, PA in October.



    This is the same shot in January.


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    Tarqaunon Falls and a few others from Michigan's UP

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    Darn drought. on the Colorado River upstream from Lake Buchanan,TX
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    Rickett's Glen State Park, PA.







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    High Falls... upstream of Lake Superior?
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    Kakabeka Falls...ON

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    Victoria Falls - Zimbabwe

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