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Shannon Falls, Squamish, British Columbia
Canada

Shannon Waterfall at 355metres, is the third highest waterfall in British Columbia. The water in the falls comes from Mount Habrich and Mount Sky Pilot.

Copyright: Martin Broomfield
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9260x4630
Uploaded: 30/08/2011
Updated: 10/06/2014
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Tags: waterfall; mountains; forest; cascade
  • Martin Broomfield over 1 year ago
    Hi Martin, sorry for taking so long to get back to you. I use an old Nikon D200 and a 10.5mm lens. 8 shots stitched together.
  • Martin Broomfield over 1 year ago
    Hi Martin, I use a Nikon D200 with a 10.5mm lens and a nodal ninja.
  • Martin Vondruska over 1 year ago
    what camera did you use for this picture? Nice pic
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