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Wide Angle Macro, Buffalo National River, Ar
Photo By Amol Khedgikar

  • Title: Wide Angle Macro, Buffalo National River, Ar
  • State/Province/Region: Arkansas
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Town: Yaleville, AR
  • Description: Buffalo National River Offers Amazing opportunities to the photographers who get out of their vehicle and get into an adventure gear. While Kayaking on the river, away from any kind of civilization, I saw Adult dragonflies fighting for territory at this awesome high spot. Armed with only a 10-22 Wide Angle lens, I decided to give this shot a try.
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