Rushing Water at Roaring Fork and Setrock Creek Falls
Our local weather was finally suppose to be conducive for landscape photography so I headed up to the Blue Ridge Parkway to photograph Roaring Fork (pictured below) and Setrock Creek Falls again. These waterfalls are located near the junction of NC80 and the Blue Ridge Parkway. After all the rain we've had recently, the falls were really flowing harder than I've ever seen. The water was quite high as well limiting where I could move around safely. The pace of the flow also created a draft which kept nearby leaves and branches moving. Not a good thing for long exposure photography. But it felt so good to get in a hike and practice with my new camera. I'll be heading up Hawksbill Mountain soon to try to catch the short-lived blooms on the Carolina Rhododendrons.
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