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  1. Anonymous

    What camera, lens, and settings did you use to shoot these? Any post processing?

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    • Gaea Photography

      Hey! This was shot on a Nikon D5600, a Sigma 17-50mm lens.

      The settings varied per picture but my ISO is always 100 and I always shoot 2 FPS for waterfall longer exposures. The aperature varied on what I needed to bounce the lighting with 2 FPS and 100 ISO (Generally ranged anywhere between 6.3-9)

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  3. Jeff M

    Incredible review, fantastic pictures. What is the approx distance of the entire route?

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  4. hikingwnc

    It was indeed one of the most amazing geologic settings and it was a great day. It was a heck of a first hike together!

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  5. Bob Underwood

    For those without GPS / AVENZA, I’m estimating the upstream end of Bob Ross gorge at the 2200 contour. Right?

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  6. Waterfalls of Tough Hill Branch, NC | Gaea Photography

    […] This 25ft waterfall is a stunner. It falls into a mossy cove-like formation on river right, while the river left side has a huge and open rock face to scramble around on. The shape and greenery here reminds me of Gingercake Creek Falls, which you can read about here. […]

  7. Amber

    Thank you for sharing! Oh my gosh! The views are breath taking! How do I get to place in the photo of Austin at the North overlook in front of the Sphinx? That picture calls me…help me answer? Much love and gratitude
    Amber

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  8. Todd D Bolgrin

    I enjoyed that. Great read. My wife and I have spent a lot of time in and around the gorge. I’ve always wanted to venture down to sphinx…do you know anyone that would serve as a guide?

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  9. Anonymous

    As of Fall 2020, DNR had made substantial road improvements at the Hwy 178 gate in preparation for logging. DNR has plans to log all the White Pine to the left of the logging road going in. As of 31 Dec 2020, this has not started yet.

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  10. Tim Smith

    The 3rd falls nickname is nicknamed Luner after Luner Chappell Cantrell who fell over them. Probably knowing how an a at the end of a word is pronounced in the area it should be Luna.

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