Chasing waterfalls

Nikon D800, 70mm, f/10, 2.5 sec., ISO 400, B+W 6-Stop ND filter

Nikon D800, 70mm, f/10, 2.5 sec., ISO 400, B+W 6-Stop ND filter

No matter what the season, waterfalls always seem to be a great photo opportunity. In the winter, the ice around them gives a whole new emotion to the summertime rush of the flowing water. The rushing water here created such a large haze over it, making it almost surreal.

While I don’t live nearby any waterfalls per se, I am fortunate enough to be able to see some gorgeous falls within a 30min. to 1 hour drive to Hamilton and surrounding areas.

This one, however, wasn’t taken in Hamilton, but at a State park in New York State. The park was absolutely gorgeous, especially in the autumn season when I went there. I can’t wait to go back another time to experience the scenic vistas and natural waterfalls that Letchworth State Park provides us.

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  1. michaelcallejodizon
    michaelcallejodizon says:

    For a long time, I’ve had this intense fascination for nature and landscapes, especially for waterfalls. I’ve also had a strong wanderlust to travel to Japan because I feel it is a place of ultimate tranquility – cherry blossoms and all. I saw your photo on Top Toronto’s Photo IG feature, and looking at one eventually led me to your blog. I literally went through an hour of your portfolio (especially the photos you took during your trip to Japan), and honestly, your photos are the photos I dream of taking if and when I travel to Japan. You made me feel as if I was on the journey, and I was breathless by the perspectives of every shot. Please, if you could write a blog about how you arranged your trip to Japan (from flights to accommodations), it would provide great help when I plan my own trip to Japan some day. Hope we can meet up and take Instagram photos together around the city one day. I’d love to learn about your story and your inspiration for your photography.

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