After this past weekend, I was left feeling a little unsatiated when it came to my photography. Yes, I was able to go out and I spent about an hour in the field, but when it was all said and done I had only worked one composition. It turned out nice but I was still wanting more. As luck would have it, I had a meeting Tuesday evening and that meant that I would have a little bit of time in the morning to go out with the camera. To make matters even better, the forecast was calling for clouds and even a possibility of rain. After all of the rain that we have had recently, this meant one thing...WATERFALLS!
I started to look at the time that I would have to work with and that put three locations in range for me. That was Hanging Rock, Styers Mill Falls, and Widow's Creek Falls at Stone Mountain. Any of these would look good right about now but just thinking about them caused me to yawn. I've done some fantastic waterfalls here lately and I do enjoy them...but the ones that are close just weren't exciting to me right now. In fact, after working so many waterfalls in the past couple of months I really didn't feel like that was where I wanted to focus my attention. Add to it the fact that I've been to each of these falls more times than I can count and know every composition available for them. I wanted to be creative and shoot something different.
|French American Stalemate|
|Car of the People|
|Needs a Second Chance|
|Spotlight on Decay|
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