Posted on 19 Sep ’12
A couple more photos of the water cascades from Mondays visit to “Bull Hole” / Cooleemee River Park.
Both of these waterfall pictures have fine interpretations of the water falling over the brink.
Excellent photo work to come up with great looking images like these.
Don recently posted… Marilyn’s Rose
Thanks, Don. I appreciate it.
The dam really has a cool design to it. I really like the first one. Again, it’s these places that resonate with us that call us back time after time. I’m glad you have this!
Monte Stevens recently posted… Playing Around
Monte, yes they picked this spot in the river for this dam and a mill because there was excellent granite bedrock making building a stone dam easier. They planned well and it’s lasted a long time. Thanks.
You just reminded me that I’ve not taken the D700 on a trip to Bull Hole just yet. Lovely shots, especially the top one, Earl!
Paul recently posted… Hoping for color this fall
Paul, I always try and visit Bull Hole after there’s been enough rain to cause some overflow…else it’s just a lot of dry rock.
Nice work Earl… that first one is especially well done.
pj recently posted… abbey
Nice work Earl. Looks like a great place.
Mark recently posted… Beach Rocks
Mark, thanks…it is. For every minute I spend shooting I usually spend a couple more just sitting on the rocks watching and listening to the water — recharging. I always try and time my visits where there’s few if any people there.
I find myself drawn to the contrast in the first photo. It’s easy to see why this is a location that you would want to return to many times.
ken bello recently posted… about this photo – short story long
Ken, thanks. Like any spot often visited it can begin seeming a bit mundane. But after a break it’s nice to get back to it.
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