Happy Monday Guys! Shot From Tower Wood last Saturday! Second time visiting this place and I still managed to get lost! Ended up in ladies view to begin with and if you seen my stories I made a few detours through some streams (I got very unnecessarily wet) 😂
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One of my biggest fears with landscape photography is producing images that look like someone else's, or even worse, everybody else's. For this reason, although I carefully research every spot that I shoot, I try not to pay too much attention to what other photographers have done in that spot. Even though that process can be very inspirational, it can inhibit creativity as well. I love the feeling of starting a composition from scratch, and then tweaking it until it is something you are proud of because there is a piece of you in that photograph.
In this composition, I really loved the contrast between the shapes in the swirling water and the rigidity of the logs crossing the waterfall.
In Boonville’s darkness, just up the road by octopus hill .
I took this photo shortly after discovering that my new tripod had broken on me. On night 3 of my trip and literally the 3rd night it had been used and already broken. Felt like a sturdy tripod at first. Wouldn’t mind getting another more expensive model but for now I replaced it with a super light/portable model from a different brand.