06.22.10 Gunn Falls

Located in Sunderland, Massachusetts, Gunn Falls is easily accessible and offers many views.  There are three sections to the falls with the upper and middle sections being the most visited and basically making up one falls.

Please click on the image to see a larger view.

The upper section is approachable and one can stand directly at the base for a close view.

The middle section requires a bit of scrambling, but offers views of the entire falls both from the side and below.

The lower section does require a bit more scrambling through some mud and between large rocks, but offers a bit more secluded view.  A lot less litter down here too.

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About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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9 Responses to 06.22.10 Gunn Falls

  1. 'fish says:

    i love seeing such a plethora of possibilities in all these views!! i am jealous of so many waterfalls 🙂
    the head-on view (#3) appears to have a pinkish cast to it, especially in the bottom half, even in the larger version, but that might only show up in such a small jpg, the full version might not show it…

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  2. Finally, got around to signing up for your blog. It looks SUPER! See you in a week or so…

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  3. Photo Buffet says:

    Wow, Stephen. I love waterfalls & I know how hard they are to photograph well. You’ve captured a beauty here! Nice work.

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  4. tomwhelan says:

    Wonderful images. This place goes to the top of my Mass waterfall visit list!

    Nearby Mt Toby is supposed to a great place for orchids and butterflies…

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    • sggphoto says:

      Thanks Tom.

      I was there Sunday. The water is awfully low right now. Too bad. It’s also quite littered.
      Anytime you want to visit let me know. Besides the flowers and butterflies, there is also a waterfall on Mt. Toby that I’ve never visited.

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