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Lake Falls After The Rain
Photo By William Ruting

  • Title: Lake Falls After The Rain
  • State/Province/Region: Illinois
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Matthiessen State Park
  • Nearest Town: North Utica
  • Brief Directions: Access from the Lake Shelter area at the north end of the Park.
  • Notes: This is a good starting point to explore the canyon. Note that the canyon is oddly shaped and it is easy to become disoriented. Just climb up to the rim and follow the trail back to the Lake Shelter.
  • GPS Longitude: 89
  • GPS Latitude: 41
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: Another shot of the Lake Falls after some Spring rain.
  • Gear: Wide angle lens, ND filter, tripod
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