08.19.2018 Tannin Cascade in Bear’s Den

Although Bear’s Den is best known for it’s waterfall, and I did make a few images but have done so before, I  enjoyed this tannin-colored cascade and spent a fair amount of time working it.  Every brook and river is overflowing right now and ordinarily the flow beyond the waterfall is fairly slow and shallow.  Not so today.

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 08.19.2018 Tannin Cascade in Bear’s Den

  1. Cool shot, tons of energy! The water looks like it’s moving so fast, I’m surprised it can make the curve.

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  2. shoreacres says:

    It’s really something to see the water itself creating the kind of ‘rooster tail’ we usually see behind race boats in this area. I suspect I’d like this better: not so noisy.

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    • Based on other cascades/waterfalls that had nearby traffic, this might rival those boats for decibels. Maybe an exaggeration but this was pretty loud. I generally cannot hear another thing while near these. I think I’ll go with your suggestion and add rooster tail to the title. It was definitely on my mind as part of the composition and I had to try several exposures to get the right amount of detail to show it off well. Thanks, Linda.

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  3. This is probably the most brown-tinted waterfall I’ve seen. Let’s hear it for variety.

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