Waterfall Photography Workshop – A success

With Tropical Storm Irene behind us, there was plenty of water coursing through the waterfalls here in the Mount Washington Valley. It was a perfect autumn day in New Hampshire. The photography workshop on Saturday started out at the Buttonwood Inn, with a fantastic breakfast. A tough way to start out; coffee, omelets and home-fries. A nap in one of the sunlit couches would have been perfect but instead we packed up are photography gear an headed up into Jackson for some time at Jackson Falls on the Wildcat River. Our small group spread out and had lots of variety to choose from. With a small group it was perfect to jump between each and go over individual questions. No boring lectures or mind numbing ramblings about the science of optics. Enough time spent there, we moved on up into Pinkham Notch to hit one of the most popular waterfall in the area, Glenn Ellis Falls. A short walk, but a bunch of steps later we were able to shoot both from the top of the waterfall and from the bottom. Finished with that we headed back to the Buttonwood Inn for a light lunch. Panini sandwiches, asparagus soup and some critiques of what was shot. Not a bad day. Thanks to the participants, and Bill and Paula at the Buttonwood Inn for a fantastic day of photography, food and waterfalls.

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