When initially planning my trip to Capitol Reef National Park, in Utah, I was hoping to photograph the Freemont Waterfall from the ground, capturing the fall trees along the rushing water.
And then I rolled into town as all the leaves fell to the ground. Timing is everything and I missed my capture by a few days.
All the more reason to go back and try again ;)
I decided to change things up a bit and photograph the waterfall from the side and above. It was slippery and fun getting close to the rushing water!
This was my favorite image from the waterfall. It captures the water rushing through the second tier of the falls. I was standing on a rock, overhanging the falls, with my tripod in front of me. There was just enough space to fit all the legs on the ledge :)