Flowing Foam

When I first got a camera, I looked down my nose at waterfall photos. It seemed like everyone was taking them, and for some reason it just didn’t make sense to me. I wasn’t interested. But they grew on me. I go back and forth between preferring the “spaghetti” look vs. capturing a high speed […]

Winding Water

One of these days I will get some waders. I always find shots like this that would have been so much better if I could have moved about a foot sideways into the flow. Download: Winding_Water-Asgard_Photography-IMG_1839.jpg Camera Settings F-stop: f/22 Exposure: 1/2 seconds ISO: 200 Focal Length: 70mm Location 

Roots & Water

I’ve ended up focusing on this corner a few times, while visiting the remains of the Canal Locks in Maumee’s Side Cut Park. Depending on the previous rainfall, you can get some interesting shots of the man-made waterfalls at several spots, but I really like the combination of the green and roots and water. Download: […]

River Roots

The “smooth” waterfall shots always look better to me when you have something that has a hard edge contrasting within it. In this case, the roots do that a little bit at the top left. There are very few waterfalls near Toledo, so I try to visit frequently to catch different water levels and conditions. […]

Water Walls

When I first looked at it on the map, I didn’t think I would enjoy O’Shaughnessy Reservoir as a photo stop. I prefer natural water falls to dams. But I ended up finding a lot that fascinated me. In particular, the left corner next to the main wall of the dam, had several stepped areas […]