03.19.2020 Amethyst Brook Cascade

It’s been a while since I visited this location.  There is a waterfall that doesn’t have classic appeal unless it is really flowing hard which was not the case yesterday.  But there were some cascades that were interesting.  Although I have shot this one before, they often don’t resemble their older selves and that was the case with this.

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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13 Responses to 03.19.2020 Amethyst Brook Cascade

  1. Very nice, Steve. I really like those rusty like rock colours.

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  2. I looked back at some of your other Amethyst Brook images and, sure enough, I didn’t see one like this.

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    • There are a lot of little cascades that can be subjects for a composition plus the variability of the flow. Later this spring, if we get our usual April showers, it should be roaring.


  3. Beautiful image Steve!

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  4. Ann Mackay says:

    Love the coppery tones!

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  5. You have somehow managed to turn a waterfall into a still life. Beautiful.

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  6. shoreacres says:

    The flow of water over the rocks on the right side looks more like smoke than water; it seems to be floating across the rocks, rather than flowing. Dare I suggest that it resembles smoke on the water….?

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