Adirondacks

Published on June 24th, 2012 | by I Love Upstate New York

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Waterfall Hunting

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On the heels of purchasing a brand new remote for my camera, Scott, Jackson and I went out in search of extended exposures. We had one miserably failed attempt at star trails before we decided to start with something a little easier, waterfalls. Our search for the elusive waterfall led us to Whitaker Park in the town of Martinsburg near Lowville, New York. After a short walk down a manicured trail we reached the water and began to walk downstream to find the falls. Lush green plant life dotted with wildflowers climbed the rock walls as the sound of rushing water roared in the background. We probably spent 3 hours playing with the settings on my camera, walking in the water and just enjoying our surroundings. This park is a must for any nature lover or camp enthusiast. For more information check out this post on NYFalls.com, or to view the very affordable camping rates check out this site: http://villageoflowville.org/content/Parks/View/3

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5 Responses to Waterfall Hunting

  1. Barneysday says:

    Wonderful pictures. There is a unique aroma associated with a stream flowing through a lush woods, and your photos brought that to mind. Thanks for sharing.

  2. sarahjmb says:

    Amazing pictures! I really enjoyed looking through them!

  3. Yamini says:

    These are so pretty i just wanna stare at them all day long!

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