Little Abol Falls is just a short (about one mile) hike from the Abol campground in Baxter State Park.
Fallen oak leaves stuck in a cascade off the Sanders Loop trail in the Kennebec Highlands. Frequent rainfall has led to streams flowing over the trail.
Little Abol Falls is on the Abol Stream in Maine’s Baxter State Park. The falls are reached after just a short (0.8 mile) hike heading east from the Abol campground.
Screw Auger Falls in Grafton Notch State Park. Our yearly trip in the fall.
Trees reflcted in a pool at Ledge Falls in Baxter State Park.
After this year’s snow melt and a recent driving rain, the water level was high in this stream in the Kennebec Highlands.
Waterfalls and deep (and cold) pools on Bull Branch in Maine’s Mahoosuc Public Reserved Land.
Smalls Falls on the Sandy River is at a rest area on Route 4 just south of the town of Rangeley, Maine.
I hiked to this waterfall in the Kennebec Highlands on snowshoes today. Layers of ice had built up from the spray, so I was able to climb up what in the warmer part of the year is an actual waterfall. The combination of icicles and other strange shapes, together with the flowing water, made for a series of interesting images. It was a good afternoon!
Inside, I’ve been learning another Raw image processor: Capture One Pro. Its excellent raw processing algorithm, powerful set of tools (including adjustment layers with opacity adjustment) and highly customizable interface make it a great complement to Lightroom and DxO Photo Lab. I’ve been developing a workflow that takes advantage of the strengths of all three. Then there’s Photoshop. Something to do when the temperature is below 10 degrees and the windchill below zero.
Ice in a waterfall in the Kennebec Highlands.