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Category Archives: Waterfall Photography

We made an early morning stop at Interstate Falls. I was not able to capture the beautiful scenery with the large amount of fresh snow covering the ground.

This was our last trip of the winter to Northern Wisconsin and the UP of Michigan. Our first stop was Amnicon Falls.

 

On our way to Bayfield we stopped at Houghton Falls State Natural Area. It was cold enough for some nice frost.

 

My favorite winter waterfall location is Bond Falls. It always has running water and interesting ice formations.

The morning started out with a visit to Copper Falls State Park. It had been a number of years since we visited the park even though it was only a short side trip from our normal drive back to southern Wisconsin.

 

Late in the evening we drove out to Interstate Falls. Again there was a lot of water flowing over the falls.

 

After leaving the Presque Isle River we stopped at Root Beer Falls for a brief visit. With the recent rains there was quite a bit of water flowing.

 

With a lot of water in the river there were not many close-up shots available. I concentrated on trying to get some water pattern shots. The brown color of the water is the result of tannic acid in the water.

 

We walked along the boardwalk to Manabezho Falls . There was a lot of water going over the falls.

 

After driving around Gogebic County for a while we decided to drive over to Bond Falls. The colors were not at their peak and it looked like rain was on the way. Indeed it did start raining once we reached the bottom of the falls.

I also managed a few close-up shots while walking to the bottom of the falls.