Date: May 14, 2014
Location: Furnace Triangle in Robesonia, Pennsylvania in ,
Camera Used: Canon T4i
Lens Used: EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II
Focal Length: 18.0 mm
This was my first time photographing a long shutter exposure during the day. I had a few issues to work out at first but I think this photo turned out pretty well. I always enjoyed long shutter exposures of waterfalls and was able to the same just on a very small scale compared to some of the other waterfall photos that you can find online.
This photo was taken next to an abandoned bridge at the Robesonia Furnace Triangle. The bridge is falling apart so it is blocked off on both sides but you are still able to walk across it and next to it.
When I was younger, these “The Falls” had more of a drop and you were able to jump off of them into the creek and without hurting yourself. Now, where you used to be able to jump off to is significantly shallower because boulders were put there to I’m assuming, stop kids from jumping off the falls into the water. Nevertheless, this location made for a great photo in my opinion.