Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Ice Water

Big is better, right? Hikers walk for miles in search of a massive waterfalls. Sometimes, big is not better. Ever try to photograph a massive flow? It's not easy, especially if you want to get close.
Consider this image. Darnell Creek Falls in northeast Georgia is about 20 feet high. After falling a few feet, the falls takes a sharp turn, cascading into a pool.
I visited this beautiful spot during sub-freezing weather. Icicles had formed on rocks on both sides of the flow and on a fallen tree. After climbing over several boulders, I found a perfect place to capture this frozen treat. Enjoy.
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