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Interesting Photo of the Day: Eye of the Waterfall - Photography tutorial


Photographer Jarred Decker captured this awesome shot of North Falls from inside a cave, making it look like a dragon’s eye. This particular waterfall is in Silver Falls State Park in Oregon.
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