I enjoy exploring lesser know area in and around popular spots. It’s exciting to find a sot that is often overlooked by other photographers who have tunnel vision and feel they must concentrate all of their energies on a specific location or subject. Case in point, Ricketts Glen State Park in north central PA has some of the most amazing waterfalls in the Mid Atlantic. In fact you can visit well over 30 falls in the course of a 4 or 5 mile hike. I have returned to this location at least a dozen times over the past few years to hike the falls circuit and shoot new images. On a recent trip however, I decided to focus my attention on a few other spots just north of the main section of the park. For two days I camped and explored a great meadow filled with bracken ferns, maples and birch. I can only image how awesome this are will be come fall and I am planning to make a stop there on my way back from Vermont this October.
Best of light,
Just checking in from the road! I am currently in northeast PA shooting in the Endless Mountains region. Fall color is just beginning with some nice color displays in the high meadows, swamps and ponds. Here are a few images from the first 2 days of s…hooting. I will be up here untill Saturday night and then back home. Clear blue skies right now, so I am hunkered down doing some work until I head out for sunset.