Above is a scene from my recent (fourth) Catskills trip. It’s called Bridal Veil Falls and it’s located behind the Glen Falls House (Round Top, NY) where we stay during the weekend trips. I’ve photographed these at the top but never worked up the enthusiasm to climb down the steep, tripping-root-filled path and cross the rock filled stream bed (my tripod and I are in the stream for this shot) particularly when the path has been icy. But, it was time to do it.
Our weekend was organized and led by fellow blogger Denise Bush, who keeps finding new vistas as well as taking us back to favorite spots to be seen again in different light.
Here’s a tranquil shot of a lake bounded by willows and birches and by the Catskill range in the background (not seen in this image). I was looking on this trip for something other than the streams and waterfalls, and I liked this place.
After you’ve photographed a particular scene it always pays to look behind you to see what else might be there. That’s how I captured the scene below, which is the creek continuing on from Artists’ Falls, with the old mill bathed in leaf-green soft light. For more images from the weekend click here.