Went up to Mt Toby Reservation today which is not far from where I live. I had heard about this place some years ago but this was the first time I had hiked up to it. The terrain is extremely rugged, steep and slippery. There are gigantic boulders strewn about the hillsides and dramatic chasms in between. The forest is mixed with hardwoods and evergreens and owing to the wet summer the air was stifling and muggy. The bugs were relentless. It's kind of hard to get a sense of scale but the falls are probably a good 30-35 feet high.
The first few shots were all done straight up with 24-105 f4L zoom shooting about 400 ISO I think it was...then there are some wild Lensbaby Composer shots as well.
Steel Mini Triangles! - Hi Everyone, Man oh man, the calendar says spring but the thermometer begs to differ. It is very cold here today with a blustery bitter wind. I think this ...
1 day ago