~super high water volume edition~
One of the most iconic falls and one that absolutely warrants a visit in Western North Carolina is Looking Glass Falls right on Hwy 276. The color is always spectacular on that stretch of Hwy and with the abundant rain we had all Saturday we figured why not see how crazy the water flow would be at Looking Glass. Standing on the lower landing of the stairs was an experience.
The force of the spray was really intense and we had to backtrack about 100 yards before we could safely consider using the camera.
Anyway here is one I really liked showing the full force of the water. It was a great way to close out our Saturday before dinner.
Love some Western North Carolina this time of year.
Where are you getting it this fall?
There are only a few short weeks left until Sept 23rd, the first day of fall. At times like this, I find my mind drifting off to cooler memories and cooler locations like this one from back in February where the lowest actual temperature we experienced was around -14. With the sun out it was actually rather pleasant, but once it was gone and the wind picked up we sure felt it.
The lake was frozen solid and of course we had to at least give it a little test to see if we could fall in. :) Luckily no one did.
I'm currently planning for two backpacking trips into the mountains to cool off a bit, one just me and the boys. Not sure how long we will last, or how far we will hike, but I know it's going to be fantastic.
Hope you are staying cool!
What an engaging group of folks we had. It was really fun to show a few of my images and talk about the process to capture them and even a little bit about processing. There isn't a better way to celebrate my birthday weekend than on Grandfather Mountain.
Big shoutout to for letting me show his timelapse video Into the Atmosphere to kick off the discussion. Check out that inspirational work over at https://vimeo.com/81616727
Here is one of the star trails that I displayed. It is so much fun to see star trails develop in front of your eyes on the screen.
I put together a list of all the topics discussed last night and some links to key resources. If you are interested head over to http://coastalinsight.com/photographing-the-stars-grandfat…/
Appalachian Trail, Jane's Bald
"Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity" - John Muir
We just concluded our Astrophotography Workshop in Boone North Carolina and what a blast it was. Despite turbulent weather we got some incredible light and good clearing in all our locations to work on our night skills.
Here you can see our group traversing the ridge along Janes Bald with head lamps blazing. Storms rolled through the area all evening and different areas of the trail were drenched in rain. We skirted back and forth along the ridgeline avoiding the rain, cathing the best light and settling down in spots when the clouds cleared to capture those starry skies.
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, Outer Banks, North Carolina
I just returned from a much needed 10 day trip to the Outer Banks. and I kicked off the trip with our highly anticipated OBX Workshop with guest instructor . It was a blast and our group explored ancient lighthouses, dilapidated piers and marsh and dune scenes under some fantastic light. We also had some great meals together chatting about photography and laughing together. Good friendships were made and I hope that we all can stay in touch through the magic of social media and email before the next opportunity to meet again.
After the workshop my family moved our camp down from the Nags Head area to Frisco a little town in the heart of Cape Hatteras very near the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. couldn’t pass up an opportunity to get away for a bit and drive the 9 hours for a few photographs so he met up with me and we headed out to photograph this iconic Light.
For a couple more images go here http://coastalinsight.com/guiding-light-cape-hatteras-ligh…/
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