Falling waters

Have you ever started out thinking you’re going to do one thing, and turns out you end up doing something else completely different? Yeah, that…

I started out on my photo hike this weekend thinking I would go to the historic downtown of a small city near me ~ well, really not so near. It took about an hour to drive there, and was sorely disappointed in the lack of photo opps available. Fortunately for me, just a few miles down the road was a state park I haven’t visited in a while… crisis averted.

And, of course there were a couple of broken down structures to be photographed on the way there and back.

Falling Waters State Park near Chipley, FL:

Falling waters

Fern gully

Sink hole

End cap

Green spaces

Wayside

Dilapidated

Caged light

(Photos shot with a Nikon D60, using an 18-55mm, 55-200mm, 20mm f/2.8 wide-angle, 50mm f/1.8 prime lens, Nikon CoolPix S205 and/or iPhone4)

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  1. Beautiful! Love the sink hole and acorn!

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  2. I like Green Spaces a lot, but my favorite is Wayside. I have a thing for forgotten places.

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  3. These are all so gorgeous!

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  4. I’m always a sucker for waterfalls of any size, but that pit it was dropping into! Wow!

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  5. beautiful images, Tara! love the focus on the acorn cap.

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  6. […] funny how a memory can be jarred to the surface by something so seemingly unrelated. For me, it was Tara’s post that did it, a weekly display of her beautiful photos taken in a state park in Florida. I read […]

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  7. Another fan of the green spaces here – that one’s especially wonderful.

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    1. Should add, congrats on the nanowrimo! One of my favorite authors CE Murphy (www.mizkit.com) is doing it this year and tracking progress on her blog. If I ever stop working so much, I’ll be signing up as well.

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  8. The ‘Green Space’ shot is brilliant. Something very special about that picture. Well done.

    Mollyxxx

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  9. That sink hole is great.

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