This is a falls someone told me about that is located on private property, it doesn’t have a name, so I named it after the women who told me about the location. The falls stands about 40 feet and is one of the only cascade type of falls that dot our county, I have another shot of this with a wider view of the surroundings but there was so much garbage laying around I did not want it included in the image.
I shot this one with my 17-55 @ 34mm, f/8 at 2.5 seconds with a iso of 160, I also used a polarizing filter for this one.
We got our first measurable snow of the year the other day, not much about 2 inches, but just enough to cover up a otherwise lifeless and uninteresting landscape and give it a little pop.
This is one of the many waterfalls that dot the landscape of the area I live in, and I thought a perfect match for a B&W conversion, hope you enjoy taking a look as much as I did in capturing this image.
Sorry I haven’t been around much lately, but I am right in the middle of basketball season here in Indiana, and with coaching and all the other activities that go along with it has kept me extremely busy.
But there is a light at the end of the tunnel, this is my last year and hopefully we can go out with a bang, we are currently 7-1 and rated third in the state polls and this team has the talent to win it all but of course pulling it all off is a tough thing to do. But it will all be over in March and then I can seriously devote all my free time to photography.
BTW…This is a shot from the Townsend area of the Smokies that I shot last fall, hope you enjoy it.