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Jeans Run Waterfalls – Carbon County, Pennsylvania

This is waterfall #2 on Jeans Run in Carbon County, Pennsylvania (as approaching from the top). Photographed on December 16, 2017 before the ice melted away in the recent high temperatures.

Jeans Run Waterfalls – Carbon County, Pennsylvania

Tech Specs: Canon 6D, Canon 17-40mm f/4L USM lens, HDR image composed of a 1/2 and 3.2 second shot at f/16 and 17mm, tripod mounted, neutral density filter.

…Tom

Jeans Run Upper Waterfall – Carbon County, PA

One of the many nice waterfalls along Jeans Run in Carbon County, Pennsylvania. Photographed on December 16, 2017 before the ice melted away in the recent high temperatures.

Jeans Run Upper Waterfall – Carbon County, PA

Tech Specs: Canon 6D, Canon 17-40mm f/4L USM lens, HDR image composed of a 2 and 15 second shot at f/16 and 17mm, tripod mounted, neutral density filter.

…Tom

Chameleon Falls – Glen Onoko – Carbon County, PA

Late afternoon view of Chameleon Falls along the Glen Onoko falls trail in Carbon County, Pennsylvania.

Tech Specs: Canon 6D, Canon EF17-40mm f/4L USM, tripod mounted, ND filter, HDR image composed of a 4 and 15 second shot, ISO 100, f/20 and 17mm. Date: August 24, 2017 Location: 40.887301, -75.766595 (cut and paste these number into Google to see the approximate location of this waterfall)


Cave Falls – Glen Onoko, Carbon County, Pennsylvania

A late afternoon view of Cave Falls at Glen Onoko in Carbon County, Pennsylvania. Cave Falls are the uppermost waterfalls along the Glen Onoko trail.

Tech Specs: Canon 6D, Canon EF17-40mm f/4L USM, tripod mounted, ND filter, HDR image composed of a 1.3 and 10 second shot, ISO 100, f/20 and 17mm. Date: August 24, 2017 Location: 40.888069, -75.767201 (cut and paste into Google).

You can find other views in Glen Onoko HERE.

…Tom


Arethusa Falls – White Mountains, NH

Here is a view of the 140-foot waterfall called Arethusa Falls located in the White Mountains National Forest. Not a long hike from the trailhead, but did include an almost 800-foot vertical elevation difference which made for a slow hike. The waterfall is part of Bemis Brook which flows through Crawford Notch. A popular hiking destination, we hiked here in the early morning hours and had the place to ourselves for almost 15-minutes!

Tech Specs: Canon 6D, Canon EF17-40mm f/4L USM lens, tripod mounted, neutral density filter, HDR image with two exposures of 1.6 and ⅓ seconds, shot at f/20, ISO 100 and 17mm. Image Date: August 20, 2017. Location: White Mountains National Forest, New Hampshire.

…Tom

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