I popped off a shot from downstream of a family enjoying the water. Just below them the water turns turbulent – and if you fell in you may not get out. Hard to believe such a small feeder stream has so much force as it squeezes into the gorge.
There are a great number of waterfalls throughout the gorge at Upper Treman State Park, and it usually has a full years run of water.
I used my polarized sunglasses to shoot this photo. Gave it a real sepia coloring over the natural color.
This was shot on a nice fall day at Upper Treman State Park in Enfield, NY. The sky was the brightest blue that day. I was using a 5 mp HP 3X zoom lens camera. I love the photos this camera captured.
Upper Treman Gorge is a series of wonderful falls, about a mile worth or so. I spent many rolls of film in this gorge.
This was shot with a film camera, (yes I am a dinosaur) and then prodded a bit in Jasc Paint Shop Pro. I could have shot it better, but all in all I like it. One of the many in my waterfall collection. Hope everyone likes it.