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Epic conditions at Triple Falls in Glacier National Park, Montana. Back home for a few weeks from extended trips. Many more images to come!!!
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Best light this fall, so far. Photographed over Blackwater Canyon at sunset this October. Two days later and all the leaves were gone!
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If I've posted this already, my apology, but I too far gone from Whiskey and beer to be bothered to check my own stinking gallery. From a very wet day shooting and exploring Roaring Brook in the Great Smoky Mountains,
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Taken in Canaan Valley State Park, WV this October.
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Great Falls National Park, VA. This is a location along the Potomac I have been waiting to capture for many years. Finally got the right combination of water level, clouds and light to make it happen. Taken on Sunday morning at sunrise.
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Schwabacher Landing at first light, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. What an incredible morning. The light was sweet and lasted for so long. More comps to come!!!
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Ghost tree's at sunrise on a barrier island of the coast of South Carolina. Taken this past March while on a two week trip to the southeast.
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Phillip Island
Victoria

Another shot from the base of the Pinnacles in June this year when the weather was wild, swell was up - challenging conditions but a great reminder of nature's powers. You can access this area from a turn off to Cape Woolamai. From the farthest car park it was about 45 minutes pleasant walking (in the right conditions). Only the last part is tricky going down a slope in the muddy conditions.


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Swirling leaves in a small mountain stream on Tabor Mountain, Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont.
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This spot has been on my 'to shoot' list for quite some time. And by that I mean about 2-3 years. I scouted it once on a different session a ways back but just haven't gone back...til Halloween '11. Spooky indeed.

Having set my alarm to go shoot a location on the east side my body didn't decided to wake up til the alarm was turning OFF!! Yikes! With not enough time to drive I quickly had to make a plan B. I quickly pulled up my Photographer's Ephemeris (MUST HAVE APP!) and realized the sun would be just a the edge of my composition limits for this spot. And off we go.

The road down to here....mostly fine...until the end where I constantly heard myself saying "what are you doing, how are you going to get back" (not 4wd car). Doesn't matter...get to location and figure it out.

Now this spot while incredible offers a series of serious challenges. To get the amount of water necessary for the waterfall/hole effect the waves need to be big enough. And second the trade winds blow AT you. Fun.

Another thing you might notice is that this is shot at 16mm...which, might be kinda dumb if I wasn't paying attention. Who needs coffee at 630am when you have LARGE waves to wake you up.

I was anchored in as much as I could to my spot, composition was on (notice rocks/lines as visual leaders) and then the bigger waves started coming in. Yea, grab the tripod and scurry! Which is problematic because I want more water falling in in the back left side.

Alas the best photo of the morning was this one just before the sun poked up but I will be back for sure...and hopefully with a spotter (read: person holding me with a rope attached).

THANKS!
aF

Tech: 1.6s, 16mm, 3stop RGND
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