Eastatoe Falls Revisited
Went back to Eastatoe Falls in Rosman, NC. It is my favorite waterfall after all. I needed to reshoot this composition. During my last visit I made the mistake of putting my focus point on the waterfall. During post processing I noticed many of the tree leaves were out of focus. Luckily I had great conditions since it was just a bit foggy and had recently rained. The flow was greater has well, which I think added to the photograph. This is a unique waterfall as its located on private property. But the gracious owners allow visitors on their property and to park in their backyard. How great is that! The Nature Conservancy has tried to purchase the property but the parties can't agree on a price.
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Keywords: estatoe falls, forest, landscape, long exposure, nature, north carolina, rocks, stream, trees, water, waterfall
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