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Elakala Falls Swirls
Photo By Stephen Herzog

  • Title: Elakala Falls Swirls
  • State/Province/Region: West Virginia
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Canaan Valley
  • Nearest Town: Davis
  • Brief Directions: Elakala Falls is located in the Blackwater Falls State Park near Davis, W VA.
  • Notes: Nikon D300, Nikon 17-55mm lens, Tiffen ND8, f/22 10sec ISO 100
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: Elakala Falls is located in the Blackwater Falls State Park near Davis, W VA. It is one of the more popular parks in the state due to the region of it location. Blackwater Falls is the most popular tourist attraction there, but there are numerous other water falls that are more popular to photographers but they require some climbing skills to reach. Elakala Falls has a series of four water falls with the tallest being 40 feet and the smallest being 15 feet.
  • Gear: D300, Nikkor 17-55mm Lens, Tiffen ND8
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Keywords:  GreenForestsLandscapesNatureTreesWater
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