Daniel at Pam's Grotto

Daniel at Pam's Grotto
Daniel at Pam's Grotto

Friday, August 6, 2010

5-16 High Bank Twins

High Bank Twins is right across the road from the High Bank put in on the Mulberry.  I have floated the Mulberry quite a few times and never knew this gem was so close.

After the amount of rain that this area received, I would have thought that High Bank Twins would have been running good.  Evidently the watershed above here didn't get much rain.  It is interesting how much difference just a few miles makes.

High Bank Twins
High Bank Twins is one of those tall and wide waterfalls that you have to be pretty close to to shoot.  With the limitations of my wide angle zoom lens, I found it necessary to stitch several frames together. (4 sec, f-22, ISO100)

High Bank Twins
Oh, how I wish I had a really wide angle lens such as the  Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM SLR Lens for EOS Digital SLRs (2 sec, f-22, ISO100)

Small Waterfall at High Bank Twins
This is another little watershed off to the side of High Bank Twins. The sun was playing havoc over here. (10 sec, f-22, ISO100)

Single Daisy
The road was lined with daisy's.  It is always fun to shoot a few flower pictures. (1/50 sec, f-5.6, ISO800)

Well, we were done with another day of waterfall hunting.  We headed on over to Oark, then down to Clarksville for the trip home.  The drive that way is very pretty.  The boys, however, fell asleep just after we left Oark.

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