What a fabulous hike. Hard as frak! But a great hike!
A few smaller “water” areas here, some great wild flowers, some of the steepest inclines I’ve done in a long while as well!
Just when you think “Okay I’ve had enough!” you come to a flatter area and you see this wicked lil view, but oh, it gets better!
After clambering down to take these, I knew I had to go around “the lake”. I had my snickers bar and started walking. Yup, it only got better.
There is a wicked dock (and a place you can stay apparently up above I caught a glimpse of it, but didn’t explore that area). A mom and a daughter were sitting there, having sandwiches and speaking, what I think, was Korean. Made me smile, reminded me what it is like for people who don’t speak french when I do it with folks I know.
One of MY fave pics – up above!
Of course, a conversation with Wendy (and a pt) led me to Swift River! Cute covered bridge with some fun water. I’m hoping I’m here when it thaws, the water must be amazing!
Photographing running water like this is far, far better on a cloudy day as you are allowing your lens to stay “open” longer to capture the motion, making that blur. Sunny days means a wash out or you can use an ND filter. Which I have, but am still learning to master.
The hiking season is slowly coming to a close – but I’m hoping to get some good “cold/winter” ones in before there is to much snow on the ground to do it!
My wife and I went out leaf peeping when I was up home.
I took the above with my cell phone, as much as some folks say they “look the same” as DSLRs, I can always see the difference.
Nothing like the colors in Maine. ‘Nuff said!
I hadn’t ever been to Fish River Falls, neither had my wife, who got all adventurous on me and we trekked along the side of the river for a bit, running around on rocks. fun!
The sunset over Mount Katahdin
Hello New Hampshire!
Let’s get started, shall we? I’m right in the belly of the White Mountains so after work excisions will be the norm.
Learning how to use my ND filter as well as the settings that go along with it. This was my first time out w/the filters.
It was a great hike, not overly hard, but a few places were slippery due to the rain that morning.
Finding ways to incorporate the keys into a scene is fun. And they are making for some fun pictures as well!
I was glad it was an over cast day, this way I didn’t have as many problems using the ND filter.
Just as I was heading out the sky started to clear.