Waterfalls trails at Bushkill Falls, Pennsylvania

Overcast light glowing the greens against the silver thread lines created by water adding up to the beauty of Delaware Water Gap in Bushkill Falls during the spring. Here are some photos from my day trip.


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The Obvious photographs of Niagra Falls by a tourist

Niagra waterfalls park is touristy(period)!

And this blog post is no different. It’s just the obvious shot of the Niagra falls, that you find everywhere in the internet, that everyone have on their phone. Still, ‘Cave of the winds’ and ‘maid of the mist’ are the other obvious things worth trying in the Niagra Falls state park if you consider yourself as a tourist. The sound and feel of the water when you go close to the bottom of the American Falls is something I quite enjoyed.

Two times I have been there, it’s hard to find something that’s worth a portfolio image. All I find is people taking their own selfie. I can not cross the US border to get the wide angle view of Horseshoe falls either. So this is one of the trips, where camera either stays inside the bag, or in the car itself. When the lights are on after the sunset, I thought of trying a horizontal pano with three images(which I have never tried before), and a wide angle shot of the same composition.

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Majestic waterfalls of Yellowstone

Few photos from the trip to YellowStone and Grand Tetons. This gallery is for the Majestic views of waterfalls in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.

We managed to rush to the view point before the sun goes down for the day. These falls is nearly twice as high as Niagra falls, and is ‘do not miss attraction’ in the Yellowstone park loop.