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John Kimwell Laluma's picture

A Morning at the Red Waterfall

It is said that during WWII, Japanese soldiers would treat their wounded around this waterfall and as such, the water would turn red. Hence the local name of the falls roughly translates to "Red Waterfalls".

The composition is pretty straightforward but as with any majestic waterfall, a human element would always give a good sense of scale.

FUJIFILM X-T2
8mm · f/11.0 · 1/5s · ISO 200
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