Category: Landscape Photography
Posted: January 23, 2023

Mid Fall Low Water Volume

Dry Season Falls

by bpellephoto Interested in this? Contact The Artist

Upfront I must confess I used a variable density Fader for this shot. We were pressed for time so I couldn't take as much time I usually like for a waterfall shot - forgive me. This was taken in early October after a very dry summer. I was surprised to see the falls with so much flow. These falls are on Vt. Rte. 100 between Queeche and Granville. The site has a picnic area with tables and a Hibachi and an observation platform. The platform offers an ok shot, but for the best presentation take your shoes an socks off and wade into the run out brook and set your tripod in the stream. The current wasn't that fast or deep so no weights were needed for stabilizing the tripod. Spring time the run out will be at flood stage, so set up on the side of the road instead. I am curious to know were the water originates from above the falls. Maybe this summer I'll goad my companions into a shot trek. Hope you like the falls ... Bob
Post Type: Photography
Mixed Media: None | 5D, 28-135 @ 28mm,
f/14, .6 Sec, ISO 400,
K=6000, Fader @ +2,
Tripod, Remote Shutter
Release, cropped, resized.

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Dry Season Falls by bpellephoto
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