The Path of Twin Falls

By |2014-11-06T10:07:16+00:00Nov 6th, 2014|

Initially, we had driven right past the turnoff that leads to Twin Falls. And then I got that feeling. You know what I’m talking about. I know you do. That feeling of unease… like maybe you should turn around and check it out even though the guide book gave it a blasé rating. After about a quarter-mile, we decided to turn the Wrangler around and head to the waterfall trail. And as is usually the case, it was the right choice. Aside from discovering an awesome little campground in the vicinity, we had Twin Falls all to ourselves. There isn’t anything quite like having an expanse of nature as lively as a waterfall to yourself and your camera. I’m already counting the days before heading back!

I took this photo with my Sony A7r and Sony A-Mount 70-400mm f/4-5.6 super telephoto lens on my Really Right Stuff TVC-34L/BH-55 tripod. Stylization was done in Lightroom.

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