This photo is on the Chilean side of Patagonia, down the bottom of South America. We were on our way back from a field trip and the road goes straight past these cascades. And while they're not big, they are certainly very pretty.

Even back then I was into long exposures. This one is 60 seconds at f11 using a 24mm TS-E Canon tilt-shift lens on an EOS 1D-s Mark II. There wasn't any shift from memory, but the angle was just about right. As you can see from the image below, the foreground was just getting in the way, so I had to clone a few areas to clean up the frame.

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