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Comments by gregpphoto (16)


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no way! i shoot those falls a lot, never been there in the winter tho. Great stuff.

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as a photographer that outcrop in the back is amazingly photogenic and beautiful. Even if i couldnt climb it, id want to photograph it.

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in new jersey there are so many people with so few resources. I do agree, but i think discretion is key. I think the disclosure of spots should be an in-person deal, if its out in the internet too many people, especially those who have little or no respect for the rocks, will know about them and how to get to them.

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i think it works, photographically. it shows plenty of the surrounding landscape, the climber is composed in the photo very well, kinda using the rule of thirds. Its lacking some contrast, but not anything id fret about. The only part that is a tiny bit distracting is the shadow on the crash pad.

Awesome photo

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thats like the most beautiful place ever. Seen it a million times in photos but it always seem new

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love the photo, all of it. the coloring is nice too, but i just love the overall feel of it.

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friggin awesome. love how you captured the immensity of the place.

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beautiful style going on there, along with the scenery.

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awesome slot.

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no ropes? how high up are you at the time of the photo? freakin badass friend.

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thats one of the best locales ive ever seen. wish id been born in that water

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what a view what a climb.

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beautiful lighting, almost like you had studio lights!

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that looks like fun and a half.

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thats the best shadow ive ever seen haha works so well here.

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flipping awesome. composed great, masterful use of silhouette.