Hi everyone and welcome to today’s post. It has been a while since my last post and for my loyal readers and subscribers I do apologize. I have been on quite a few shooting trips in the timespan between my last post. I have also been concentrating on building up the followers on my Facebook Photography Page. For those of you who have Facebook accounts I would encourage you to head over there and “Like” my page to receive the most updated posts and information. But fear not I will also continue to periodically post new images to this forum.
So for today here is a new image I made on a recent trip to the New River Gorge National River in West Virginia. This is a wonderful site that includes many, and varied, landscape features ranging from stunning overlooks with grand vistas, to small intimate waterfalls tucked into the mountainsides. This is the incredible Sandstone Falls. There are two separate falls and together they nearly span the entire width of the New River. This is considered the Lower Falls and is essentially a horseshoe shaped cauldron where two parts of the river collide into a tumultuous froth. Standing so close to the falls reveals the power of this river and it can be felt in the roar of the water and splash of the spray.
Camera Settings: Nikon D800E and a Tokina 16-28mm, f2.8 lens at 16mm. Image exposed at ISO 50 at f13 for 1 second. This image was processed in LR 4.4 and finished in PS 5.5
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