Photographer's Note

Here you see the renowned Milford Sound in rainy weather. It is hard to imagine, but the most powerful waterfall in forefront is approximately 110 m high. It is possible that the waterfalls in background are even 1 km high. You will not find these waterfalls listed among the highest waterfalls of the world - they do not count because: 1) they are temporary - when rain ends, waterfalls do not exist 2) they are not free falling but rather flowing down along the cliff.
Photographed with rather simple Pentax Espio camera. Weather was wery harsh and wet, it was hard to stand calm on the shaky ship. Picture scanned, cropped, 70% Contrast Mask, AutoContrast, AutoLevels.

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