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Waterfall Photo Tips
Zealand Falls in fall in New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
With spring bringing snow melt and rain in the mountains, it seemed like a good time to share some waterfall photo tips:
I also want to say thank you to the editors of the OP blog for mentioning my Kickstarter project last week. If Earth Day has you wanting to support the arts and conservation in one fell swoop, please check out my new film project, The Power of Place.