I was fortunate to be able to spend a couple of days out in nature with my children last week. We visited Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee. The trip was more about getting away than photography this time. But, I was able to capture a couple of images.
I captured this image of the Cane Creek Cascades using my 24-70mm f/2.8 tripod mounted and using a circular polarizer. Speaking of my setup, Chris O’Keefe was kind enough to reach out and share a capture with me over the weekend. I suggest stopping by to see his work at http://milfordstreet.wordpress.com.
I captured this image of Crow Creek Falls last week. There were far more gold and red leaves than my visit in early October.
I captured this image using my 24-70mm f/2.8, tripod mounted and using a circular polarizer. I hope everyone has an opportunity to get outside this weekend. I’ll be looking forward to looking at your captures. Thanks for stopping by.
I left home to visit Black Rock Mountain State Park in Mountain City, GA. I planned to hike the Ada Hi Falls trail. Unfortunately, upon arriving I found that part of the trail had collapsed and that it will be closed until further notice. Happy that I was not not on the trail when it collapsed, I grabbed my trusty smartphone and looked for other falls in the area. Mud Creek Falls was nearby. The directions on the site I had found were not very specific. I attempted to locate the falls anyway. Making the long story shorter the directions were not only not specific. They were wrong altogether. I was eventually able to locate the falls and it was well worth the time I invested aimlessly driving in circles.
I captured this image using my 16-35mm f/4 tripod mounted. I will look forward to returning to visit these beautiful falls again.