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Stag Brook waterfall

Photographing Waterfalls – Capture Falls Like the Pros

Photographing Waterfalls by John Haywood This is meant to serve as a basic how-to for anyone who would like to photograph waterfalls like the pros. Everyone loves waterfalls! People love the scenery, the sound, and the feeling they give as the water crashes about the rocky landscape, whipping up a misty breeze. And with so many waterfalls across New York State, it’s impossible not to find a favorite waterfalls to photograph. Here, I offer pointers on how to capture your […]

Finding the Waterfalls of New York State

Finding the Waterfalls of New York State! by Donna McCabe bookgirl911 on Instagram There’s a saying about making a trip you take being as much about the journey as it is about the destination.  I’ve really taken that to heart since my son is now in college in Andover, Massachusetts while I live in northern Niagara County in Western New York – think Niagara Falls area – with my husband and our other two sons.  We find ourselves traveling across […]

The-Flume

Dig The Who?

Dig the Who? When you hear the name “Dig The Falls”, you may wonder what we do. Do we excavate waterfalls? Do we like it when people fall down? No, but close! Dig The Falls is the name given by Founder Edward Smathers back in 2005 when he set out to create a database of New York State waterfalls and a New York waterfall map. It simply means we dig (like) waterfalls! But what is it that we do? Well, […]

Tenant Creek Falls

Shooting the Falls: Tenant Creek Falls

By John Haywood I chose this throwback of Tenant Creek Falls to kickoff the relaunch of our “Shooting the Falls series” that covers photography of New York Waterfalls. Tenant Creek Falls forms, as you may have guessed, on Tenant Creek in the Town of Hope. The trail makes its way through the woods until you arrive in a nice open area where a large pool has formed at the base of the waterfall. On this day, the sky was partly […]

Millbrook Falls Winter

Winter Waterfalls: Safely Enjoying the Frozen Falls

By John Haywood Although the majority of people like to admire waterfalls in the warmth of Spring or Summer, and the crisp air of Fall, there are those that like to head out in any weather to see a waterfall. Just because a waterfall is frozen doesn’t mean it’s not something that can be enjoyed. Ice formations, spurts of water flowing through icy openings , and surrounding snow-capped scenery combine to offer a unique vernal experience. If you’re a fan […]

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