A Different View of Moccasin Creek – Georgia

Thought I’d share a different view of Moccasin Creek from my recent adventure.  I found the rock formation in the foreground interesting.  The motion that you can see just above the formation is due to perfect tiny little bubbles created by the short drop from the formation.

I captured this image using my 24-70mm f/2.8, tripod mounted and using a circular polarizer. Thanks for stopping by.

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11 thoughts on “A Different View of Moccasin Creek – Georgia

  1. Those rocks are awesome! It seems that moss and mountain laurel are the only green this time of year and this shot has a lot of both. Did you hike forever to find it?

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