05.01.2017 Chapel Brook Cascade

I mentioned my intention to visit a waterfall yesterday yesterday.   🙂    I’ve posted images from Chapel Brook Falls before and that was my intention as I set out…to capture more images of the falls, which I did.  But as I, and hundreds of others, have made pictures of the waterfalls (there are several), I decided to wander further downstream and found some nice cascades.  I think next time I will wear my knee high boots so I can get a better angle on them, but I like how this one turned out well enough.I went out again this morning looking for flowers but didn’t find much to work with. I tried Elf Meadow Trail hoping to find the white form of the red trillium I found there two years ago but just the reds this year.

Anyway, gray drizzly cool day.  Bentley is getting plenty of walks and later I get a temporary crown removed and a new replacement installed.

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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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6 Responses to 05.01.2017 Chapel Brook Cascade

  1. shoreacres says:

    Your rock and water photos always are great, but the rocks in this one seem somehow different. I don’t know if it’s actually a different sort of rock, or whether it might be the water that has made the color seem more rich. What I especially like is that the water and rocks seem evenly matched; neither dominates the scene. Very nice.

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    • Thanks, Linda. What attracted me was the variety of texture and motion plus the tones in the reddish bands in the rock. The wetness added some welcome saturation to the color.

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  2. Hmm. it seems I did miss this post and I’m not sure what happened. This is quite lovely and I’m always astonished about your ability to find so many cascades and to make each one look different. I don’t remember seeing a notice so maybe Yahoo put this one is spam. I need to remember to look over there.

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  3. European history is full of kings who had their temporary crowns removed.

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