A morning in Purgatory

There’s a little spot of geography about 40 minutes west of my house that has created a whole bunch of waterfalls.  If you’ve been following the blog, you’ve seen them – Tucker Falls, Lower Purgatory Falls, Senter Falls and Garwin Falls most recently.  I think I’ve said that Purgatory brook has three sets of falls – upper, middle and lower and that lower was the most accessible and the most popular with photographers, as is Tucker.  I think I’ve also said I hadn’t shot the upper falls all that well.  Luckily they’re not going anywhere and with the tons of rain and recent snowmelt we’ve had, they’re running full and fast right now.  I think I can safely cross this one off my list –

If you’re looking for some info on how these images were created or how to create similar silky-water images, check out my coaching post here – Smoke on the Water.

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