Over the weekend a dozen photographers (including eight from our South Jersey Camera Club) gathered at the Glen Falls House in Round Top, NY where we had visited and photographed last February. Big difference in three months, from -1 degrees F, frozen cascades and icy trails to mid-sixties and wildflowers in bloom. Here’s a before and after set.
Some gloom from cloud cover and showers (better light for some pictures) but we were prepared. Here are some snapshots of the weekend. You can see nine more studies by clicking here.
Here’s an old mountain troll at the trailhead leading to Diamond Notch Falls.
This was the reward after an up-hill mile of a slippery and rock-strewn trail. I made the trail hike in February but never got down to below the falls for this view because of the ice, although others did. I made it this time and it was grand.
Here are some of the wildflowers seen elsewhere on the mountain. I’m told these are Forget-Me-Nots.
This is at the base of a section of the Kaaterskill Falls. The young school-girls were frolicking dangerously from rock to rock but they did add scale to the falls.
There are nine additional images in my gallery. Click here.