As I was browsing around the Internet looking for nice spots to take pictures at in the Los Angles area, I ran across this handy, interactive map called World of Waterfalls.
Though it’s not exactly comprehensive, the map is certainly a very useful one for certain areas. Who knows, you might be close enough to a spot where it could be very helpful!
The more I scout around for good photogenic locations, the more I wish there was one single map with millions of suggested, pinned scenic locations on it. It obsesses me so much that I've started my own. 🙂 I like to call it a "Scouting Guide" because, as a photographer, I like to include my photography-specific field notes, like times of day that it might be best or what lenses I used to get the photos I did. And it includes more than just waterfalls!
But, back to waterfalls, using World of Waterfalls, photos from Google Images and another great website, www.gowaterfalling.com, I'm beginning to get better at finding great waterfalls. Here's a pretty cool one I found recently at Kent Falls State Park in Connecticut. It was actually a series of waterfalls flowing down a long valley, so this was only one of the shots that I came away with that I liked:
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