Feature Gallery: Fresh Water Falling
From the forthcoming book, Fresh Water Falling, these photographs document the abundance of waterfalls in the Lake Superior watershed, the largest freshwater lake in the world. All photos were shot from 1978 - 1997 on 4x5" Ektachrome film with an Ikeda field view camera, 90mm Schneider Super Angulon, 165mm Calumet Caltar, or 270mm Scheider Tele-Xenar lenses.
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Freshwater Photos was created in 1997, by Tim Hawkins, as a company to distribute his photographs of freshwater environments, and to encourage awareness of freshwater conservation issues.
Freshwater Photos has since expanded to include catalogs of fine art and documentary photographs. Please peruse the web site for a taste of these and let Tim Hawkins know what you think.
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