Toketee Falls II
While researching Toketee Falls, I saw several images taken from positions along the stream below the falls. It wasn't until I arrived at the viewing platform high above the falls that I discovered how challenging it would be to get down to the stream. I'll just say that ropes were involved and it was the most difficult thing I've ever had to do to get the shot.
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