Black River Scenic Byway

My first trip to visit waterfalls in the Upper Peninsula. Was it worth the long drive?

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Pulpit Falls (finally!)

A while back, I can't say exactly when, I read about Pulpit Falls in Winchester NH. Being a lover of waterfalls I thought it would be cool to add them to my growing portfolio of images. Problem was that not many people had ever seen them or knew where they were. A few pictures came... Continue Reading →

Test of a teaser

Yesterday, I went to find an elusive waterfall. I'd heard of it somehow over the last couple years and found a few old photographs on the web (none newer than the 1990s), but it seemed not too many people either heard of it or much less had seen it. Armed with purported GPS coordinates and... Continue Reading →

Garwin Falls redux

When some local photographers wanted to get together for a meetup at Garwin Falls, I was all over it. Garwin is one of my favorite spots and I'd never met any of the folks who were going. An old friend and new friends; how could I say no? The organizer had scouted the falls a... Continue Reading →

Crossing the Streams

No matter what Egon says, I crossed. Cold Brook was running very low. I've posted about Senter Falls since I've shot there a few times - here and here and here and here. Boy, I guess I go there a lot, huh? They're always beautiful even when the water is minimal which it was the other day and... Continue Reading →

Step into the past

A couple of years ago, when I first saw photos of Royalston Falls in Royalston, MA, I knew I had to go see them for myself. For the longest time I thought they were on the Tully river, but it turns out that the watercourse is actually Falls Brook. Original, huh? Hey, I didn't name... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

Waterfall weekend

This year we've had so much rain that the waterfalls are still flowing mightily.  Strange for this time of year when most streams, rivers and brooks are quite low.  Makes for some fantastic photography though and of course I was out there. This is Mill Brook.  Yeah, original huh?  There is still a semi-active mill... Continue Reading →

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