Back from the Delaware Water Gap, PA and Fall Color Workshop Announcement
I’m back at home after 4 days in the Pocono Mountains and Delaware Water Gap, PA. I got up late Wednesday night and spent all day Thursday and Friday scouting and shooting for this past weekends workshop in the Gap. I ended up hitting some old spots and many new ones on the PA and NJ side of the park. I am really beginning to get a good handle on this location and have decided to run a workshop this fall in the third week of October. If anyone is interested, please click here for details and registration info.
The water gap and the surrounding areas have some of the finest waterfalls in the region and lots of them! To many to get to over the course of only 2 days of shooting. I will most certainly be going back up later next month for more. The hemlock forests are also quite nice and all the woods are covered with ferns and lush moss. It is a must shoot venue for any serious nature photographer! And when you get sick of waterfalls, forests and wildflowers, you can always take in a few hours of shooting old barns, houses and abandoned cars. The place is littered with great stuff. The problem is knowing where to find it.
Anyway, here are a few of my top select images from the trip. Enjoy!