In two months, my new North Carolina Waterfalls book will be out and everyone can finally see all the discoveries I’ve made since the last edition. I’ve been revealing a few of them periodically, but I’ve held back on the most amazing ones until now. I’m going to reveal the four most exciting discoveries I Read more... you know you want to.
I had just about given up hope that my neck of the woods would ever see some decent winter temperatures, but this past week came through for me. By decent, I’m talking chilly. Not that 20s and 30s crap, but single digits and negative numbers. The kind of temps that produce the frozen waterfalls and Read more... you know you want to.
Here's another snippet from the upcoming waterfall photography video. After nearly 30 years of shooting waterfalls, I've had my share of drenched lenses and I've spent a lot of time trying to devise a system to prevent it from happening. Some of the ideas worked well to keep the spray off the lens and allow Read more... you know you want to.
Some people don’t like my waterfalls book. They think I shouldn’t have given directions to all those waterfalls for the world to see. I wrote about this in the book, so I won’t get too deeply into it here. What I want to do here is talk about all those waterfalls that I DIDN’T tell Read more... you know you want to.
I'm back home now after leading the North Carolina Waterfalls Photo Tour last week. We had a great group of photographers and enjoyed some really nice situations. Donna Eaton made this photo during Thursday morning's sunrise shoot. It was among the best sunrises I've witnessed from this location. Visit Donna's website at www.donnaeatonphoto.com Sunrise over Cashiers Valley, North Carolina On Read more... you know you want to.