Wednesday, June 15, 2011


Canon EOS REBEL XS, Promaster 19-35 lens @ 22mm, ISO 100, f/16, 1.6 sec. (2 image panorama)
  Something I seem to fail to do every time I go to Conasauga Falls is to photograph the falls up close.  Saturday I made it a point to get closer and catch some of the finer details of the falls.
  Conasauga Falls is a 3-tier waterfall with the middle tier standing roughly 15-20 feet tall.  The entire waterfall measures 35 feet so the middle section takes up the biggest part of the falls.  It also happens to be the most beautiful part of the falls when you climb up and separate it from the rest of the waterfall.
  The rocks at the bottom of the falls are covered less with moss than the middle and in turn don't have as much green color to them.
  I really like the way this section of the falls separates itself into 3 sections of it's own. It could stand alone as a beautiful waterfall without the other 2 tiers of the falls.
  I will post some more from Conasauga Falls more detailed features in the future.


  1. Really breathtaking, my friend! Great sense of scale you've brought to us in this today!! I love the contrast of the fast motion of the water with the stillness of the surrounding forest there... what a gorgeous image!

  2. Really like the composition here