Fillmore Glen State Park

Cowsheds, Wide Angle View



4 thoughts on “Fillmore Glen State Park

    1. Thanks Scott. I completely agree with you. The tight composition in the post before is better. It’s more dramatic (I think) and has more emotional appeal. Balancing the light is tough, too, as you say. That’s why I don’t mind a semi-cloudy day for waterfall capturing.

      The shots were a product of my workflow. I tend to start wide, taking both landscape and portrait shots, zooming into my subject as I go along. It’s the only way I can keep track of the shots I’ve taken. lol

      I’ve got four more left to go and to be posted. Scheduled for Sundays. I think there are a few that will make you salivate over this place. You might have been able to take nicer ones though.

      Best always.

      1. Oooooo. Making me jealous. I’m back in New Jersey now that my job at Cornell has ended. I’m going to send out good vibes so that you have perfect picture taking weather. I can’t wait to see some of the shots you bring back. Cowsheds doesn’t take much to get to as it’s in the front of Fillmore. But it took me nearly four hours to navigate the gorge once I was through with Cowsheds. The trail is easy. Just a lot of shots to set up for. Keep me posted and let me know how you enjoyed yourself.

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