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Much like a moth's attachment to a light bulb, Landscape photographers are drawn to waterfalls. Waterfalls offer photographers dynamic opportunities for image creation. Multiple compositions, like leading lines or S curves, provide an excellent starting point for impactful images. Waterfalls come in all shapes and sizes and can be found anywhere in the world. They transform themselves throughout the seasons, overflowing in Spring and frozen in winter. Waterfalls in the lower latitudes that don't see...

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Stick season, the time after the leaves and before snow, in Vermont offers a unique set of photographic challenges.  There is a cold starkness to the landscape with lots of brown everywhere.  This is the time of year when I look for interesting light or dramatic skies.   If neither of those subjects are working then I will look to streams and work with running water.  Water can always offer interesting competitions.  On this particular trip, I was greeted by each day with...
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This week I attended a photographic workshop in the Blackwater State Park and Canaan River Valley region of West Virginia.   The Mountain landscape in this part of West Virginia is abundant with wooded waterfalls and beautiful vistas.  The workshop was lead by Joseph Rossbach though Adventures in Light Workshops .  The  weather for the four day workshop was conducive to stream and waterfall photography, but we were skunked on morning and evening light for the vistas.  So waterfalls it was.  We...
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