06.16.2014 Goldmine Brook Falls sans newt

This is the upper section of the waterfall.  I have no idea if people swim in this pool, but it sure was cold on this day….I could see my breath.  Maybe someday I’ll be able to scramble out among the boulders to get a shot of the lower falls.Goldmine-Brook-Falls-upper-2-061214-600WebNot quite sure what became of my guide, Newton.  But he left his walking stick at the edge of the falls.

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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12 Responses to 06.16.2014 Goldmine Brook Falls sans newt

  1. This is GOOD. Really beautiful. It is set apart from the other falls and Im not sure why. Maybe it’s the huge boulders and the way the water is cascading toward the dark pool. This would make a very nice print.


  2. I think your guide, Newton, must have gone to stand on the shoulders of giants.


  3. Just Rod says:

    What a super place. I like the strange reflection under the shadow of the rock. The lighting is really excellent and the greens so rich. Beautiful composition.

    Sorry you lost Gingrich Mr Gingold.


  4. tomwhelan says:

    Beautiful – lovely water path and silky flow.


  5. Phil Lanoue says:

    What no newt?!? Super view of this great spot Steve! It will be a good six months until our next shot of possibly seeing our breath here. Sunny and 90F today.


  6. Sandra says:

    Slowly catching up with blogs and sorry if I don’t comment on all. You have shown many nice photos while we were in South Africa and being around in your local area definitely has paid off!
    This is a wonderful waterfall, it somehow looks familiar to me. So far away but yet siimilar.


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