This past weekend the girlfriend and I headed out to Hanging Rock State Park (5:30 wake up… ugh). I wanted to see if I could catch the fall colors and she didn’t head out there with me the first time. Unfortunately, I think that we were about a week too early for the leaves, but in spite of the occasional rain shower we continued to make our way through the park.
Also, the water levels were much lower this time around.
Naturally, she was asked (forced) to stand in and be my subject a few times. (just comes with the territory of dating a photographer)
This past weekend I took a trip for a long weekend to the lovely state of Vermont to visit a friend of mine. He and his wife had recently closed on a cute little post and beam house located on a great piece of land. I did not make it out with the camera much, but was still able to get a couple of quality shots of the State.
Not too far away from the new house laid Bingham Falls. Access to the falls consisted of a well-managed walking trail with some rather steep sections to drop down the mountain.
Last weekend I took a trip to Hanging Rock State Park located in Danbury, NC for some waterfall chasing.
I had seen pictures of it online recently and decided being only a two-hour drive to see it for myself. I am glad that I did, because it was very worth the trip. The park has five waterfalls within it, a lake and other various points of interest. As an added bonus the trails with exception of being fairly steep in places were quite easy.
I wasn’t able to make it to all five falls, but managed to capture a respectable 4 out of 5. A future trip is certainly in the plans, but thinking it might wait for this fall when the leaves will add a welcomed bonus.