Explorations Chapter VI
Snook Kill Muse
I discovered Snook Kill Falls about 10 years ago, and I return a few times each year during the rainy season (normally spring) to capture this water and stone in different ways. Everything from digital through pinhole to large format film
Interestingly, these falls are actually "backlit" for a time each afternoon, then go into full shade. This makes for interesting effects and lighting. Also, the falls are unusual in that they take an immediate 90 degree right turn at the bottom of the falls, where the water runs sideways then follows a cliff made by a fault line, the same fault line that put the "springs" into Saratoga Springs, a few miles south of here.
562G+VP Gansevoort, Northumberland, NY