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Snake Pit Falls

snake pit fallsFriends, today we visit Snake Pit falls within the Amicon State Park.  This was a two-second exposure to blur the water yet keep the shady stones also with some detail.  I am experimenting with running water landscape photos.  A touch of fall in the leaves was also present. til Tomorrow MJ

Erosion at work

Friends, the clay layers are carved by water on this hillside.  The inverted v formations result from water flowing downhill.  When meeting resistance the flow slows and forms new channels to continue to flow downhill. The badlands are constantly being washed away downstream so get your photos while you can.  They say that one inch/ year is being removed by water.  til Tomorrow MJ

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