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Our next stop was Tyler Forks Dells. We drove to the end of the road and then followed a faint path along the river. As we walked into the woods the path was easier to find.

As we were returning to the car we noticed two fishermen. These were the only people we say during our waterfall excursions. We then headed over toward Rouse Falls. We started driving down a logging road only to determine that we would never make it in a van so we pulled over and parked. After walking for about five minutes we noticed that the sky was getting black so we decided to give it up for the day. We were lucky that we turned back because a strong storm hit just after we hit the main road.

After leaving Foster Falls we drove over to Upson to try and find Upson Falls. I had stopped on several earlier occasions but didn’t realize that Upson Falls could not be seen from the small park and campground. After a short walk around a large outcropping of rocks we found Upson falls.

Upson Falls also had some interesting foam patterns to photograph.

When we returned to the car I took out my macro lens to photograph some of the flowers found along the Potato River.

On my birthday, I had forgotten it was my birthday, my wife and I decided to take a waterfalling trip through northern Wisconsin. Our first stop was Foster Falls. It was a beautiful sunny day, not the kind of day you want for taking waterfall photos but none the less it was a great day to drive around northern Wisconsin. Foster Falls is not all that impressive but still provided some nice photo opportunities.

After photographing the falls I noticed some nice foam patterns in the water and spent quite a bit of time photographing them.

My wife and camera assistant patiently waiting for me to finish.