Kuang Si Waterfall, Luang Prabang, Laos by John Nicklin

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As we walked up the trail, we passed numerous small rapids and overflowing pools of emerald water until we arrived at our goal, the Kuang Si Waterfall. The falls are part of a sacred Buddhist site, luckily, this meant that there were no swimmers in the pool at the base of the falls and the full spectacle could be captured sans people if one framed the scene just right. The lighting was subdued but not flat. While the pool had no people, the path we were standing on did, so a tripod was out of the question. Handheld was the order of the day, precluding lower shutter speeds ISO. We take what we can get.

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