The “all” being yesterday’s post.
Often photographers will “shoot their way” through a scene. Ideally, one works your way through by examining the location and deciding where the best composition lies. Other times we start where we can start (Thanks, Linda!) and go from there. In this case, I waded out into the water and made this image of the cascade in the Middle Branch of the Swift River within the Quabbin Watershed. From here, I moved to the side and closer for what you saw in yesterday’s post. I also shoot insects in this way, although the chance of the cascade flying away as I approach closer and closer is a little bit less likely.
While making this image, I felt my left foot getting cold. Odd I thought. Then I realized it was cold water in my boot. The overshoe was taking in water and I could feel it rising up inside my boot. I thought the seams were leaking as an earlier pair had done, but it turned out that I somehow had torn the fabric above the sole/upper seam at the heel and will have to patch it. Made for a squooshy hike back to the car afterwards.