It’s really time for me to invest in a polarizer filter and a wide angle lens for my DSLR. Both would have helped photograph this ornate chandelier precipitously hanging from the steep cliff at the Mine Kill State Park.
From high above and far below, you’ll get to experience three waterfalls when you visit. The first that plunges under a high arch bridge, another that cuts through a deep ravine and a last that drops into what is presumably a luminous pool of water in the summer.
What I love about taking photos in January are the conditions allow you to get close to your subjects and stay dry, both you and your lens. Unencumbered by the mist or spray coming off the waterfalls, it’s the best time of year to shoot on a sunny day.