Chittenango Falls State Park
I had another waterfall adventure on Sunday morning. This time I took a leisurely day out to Chittenango Falls State Park. I mistakenly thought if I arrived fairly early on a Sunday morning I would not encounter too many people. Others had the same thought, or maybe, everyone needed some sunshine. It wasn’t so crowded that I was unable to get my images, but there were more people than I anticipated.
Chittenango Creek was flowing fairly heavy and the amount of water going over the falls was incredible. I’ll have a few images of the main falls later in the week. For today, my focus is on another. The extra water activated the other waterfall within the park. It is in an alcove below the main falls off the trail on the way to the bottom of the gorge.
It is early enough in the season that the trees have barely any leaves. Typically, the sun has a difficult time penetrating the cover to reach into the alcove. I was fortunate to have enough light I did not need to bracket this view nor create an HDR image. This image was worth the drive…