Gallery 6 - West Virginia Waterfalls Two

I have had an amazing time in the last year and a half with my photography.  I have been exploring with a great group of friends to some of the many waterfalls that West Virginia has to offer.  Just getting to the general area of the many falls is difficult enough.  Then comes the real challenge, getting to the falls.

The rocks are usually slippery and the water faster than it appears and usually deeper than it looks.  I always hear my good friend Randal Sanger's advice for shooting waterfalls. "Get wet, go low, and go wide to get the shot." So true, but that plan can be fraught with peril.  Our DSLR cameras don't like water.

 
Glade Creek
Glade Creek


 
Mash Fork Falls
Mash Fork Falls


 
Keeneys Creek
Keeneys Creek


Fog on Sandstone Falls
Fog on Sandstone Falls


 
Sandstone Falls
Sandstone Falls


 
Storm Clouds on Sandstone
Storm Clouds on Sandstone


Brush Creek Falls
Brush Creek Falls


 
Lower Falls on Hills Creek
Lower Falls on Hills Creek


 
Uppermost Falls on Marr Branch
Uppermost Falls on Marr Branch