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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.
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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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