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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20 thoughts on “Falling waters

  1. I have never met someone who can take the most basic structures and turn them into a beautiful work of art like you can with buildings & such. I always want to know MORE about them, what their story was.

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  2. Superb. I am in love with the “wayside” photo and the “green spaces”. Your photos are always breathtaking, Tara. I can imagine how much you must have enjoyed your photo hike! It is a real treat for me!

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