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  • Oneida Falls

    The sight of water tumbling over a cliff edge, rock face, or fault line is one of the most eye-catching spectacles in the American landscape. Waterfalls are a natural wonder to behold as they reveal more of the power and force of water than the meandering rivers or streams that feed them. The highest waterfalls aren’t always the most dramatic or picturesque either. In Ricketts Glen, none of the falls are especially high or vast. Rather, it’s their settings amid woodlands or surrounding rock faces, and the shape of the cascade that make these falls more than just a study of white sprays of water.

     


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  • Glade Creek Grist Mill
    Crimson reds and sulfur yellows of bigtooth maple and old growth oaks fill the Forest where the quintessential Appalachian mill, Glade Creek Grist Mill stands in West Virginia. A living monument to the over 500 mills which thrived in West Virginia at the turn of the century, the Glade Creek Grist Mill provides freshly ground cornmeal and buckwheat flour to this day!
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  • Along the Mohican
    An amazing display of waterfalls and lush forest environment in Rickets Glen, photographed in the rain.

     

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  • Mabry Mill
    Harkening to simpler times, mills such as these pay homage to the pioneers of America. When Edwin Boston Mabry built his water powered mill in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, he had no way of knowing it would become one of the most photographed places in the United States. Limited Edition of 250
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  • Murray Falls, Ricketts Glen State Park

     

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  • Luminescence
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  • Ozone Falls, Spring
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  • Shawnee Falls, Ricketts Glen State Park

    Notes from the Field

    A tripod is essential to photographing waterfalls, and once you have decided on your composition, it proves even more vital for achieving a range of exposures and effects that can’t be executed by handholding the camera alone. The longer the shutter is kept open, the more the waterfall will blur. An exposure of around two seconds will capture the falls as a  rush of frothing water, while longer exposure times will render the waterfall as a soft, silky thread of water. 


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  • Cucumber Falls
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Waterfalls, Wetlands & Birds

YOU hear falling water before you see it, and the sound arouses an ancient curiosity – and we hike as though we are drawn to it by some ancient instinctive attraction.  Maybe it’s about the promise of a primeval thrill, or maybe about what obstacle lies next on the trail.

There is something about waterfalls and their continual renewal, which reminds me of the passage of time and the circle of life. The exhilarating experience of discovering them in a unique way, at the precise moment of exposure, for me is always new.

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