Stream Flowing From Falls | Buttermilk Falls | Adirondacks
I love exploring landscapes.
The Adirondack Mountain region of New York is a great place to do that.
This is a photo from Buttermilk Falls.
I like this image because the actual falls of Buttermilk Falls plays a minor role in the composition.
Working my way through the landscape to show the flow of water away from the falls and through the woods.
The waterfall itself is only visible among the trees in the background.
Probably not a choice many would make when they have a beautiful natural feature like a waterfall available to photograph.
Photo details: Nikon D300S. Tamron 18-200mm f/3.5.-6.3. Focal length 48mm. ISO 100. 5.0 sec. f/13.
Thank you for joining me on the blog today.
You can see more nature based landscape photographs in my gallery featuring the Adirondacks.