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Palouse Falls in eastern Washington State is a spectacular waterfall that plummets 200 feet into a huge natural amphitheater. The afternoon before I took this photograph, I scouted locations for sunrise photographs the next morning and set up my tent in Palouse Falls State Park (back when camping was still allowed there). The next morning before sunrise I went to the several photo locations I had hoped to take photos and realized that none of them were decent compositions at dawn. So as the rising sun was nearing the horizon, I scrambled to find a better location. I found this viewpoint beyond where I had scouted before. I had enough time before sunrise to set up my camera and fire off manually bracketed exposures. I used a 6 second exposure to blur the waterfall.
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