After the Rains

Chittenango Falls State Park

Let’s complete the trifecta during my state park day and quickly visit Chittenango Falls. As I was heading home I debated if I should visit this park. It was right in the middle of the afternoon. The clouds had cleared giving me a beautiful blue sky but I was worried about too much sun on the waterfall.

Well, as we know I can not resist this park. I’m not sure if it is because it is the first waterfall I photographed once I got my DSLR or that every time I visit I find something interesting. Maybe it is because the waterfall is constantly changing depending on the amount of water in the Chittenango Creek. Probably I just have a soft spot for the cascade style waterfall and want to see how the water is falling across the steps.

After the Rains Nikon D7100, Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4, 1/5s, 26mm, f/16, ISO 100

After the Rains
Nikon D7100, Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4, 1/5s, 26mm, f/16, ISO 100

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7 responses to “After the Rains

    • Thanks Frank! For me there is a fine line between full silky look and showing the water movement. I tend to lean toward showing some movement.

  1. Beautiful ! I like the speed you chose for this long exposure, smoothing the water but not too much so we can still see some movement. That’s my favourite kind of long exposure photos. It’s really beautiful 🙂

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