Tag : Waterfalls

Distruction

Rawdon Waterfalls – Winter Phootshoot

It had recently snowed and I had a new camera, so it was time to head down to Rawdon for a seasonal Photoshoot. I had a few places I wanted to revisit (Rawdon Waterfall being one of them), so I had an itinerary planned. I didn’t have anyone to head out with me, so I was going it alone. I stopped by a few locations on the way that I had spotted last year. There were these interesting red crops […]

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Vermont Trip – Part I

A few Saturdays ago, I picked up Brad and Jimmy to head out to Vermont to take pictures. The initial plan was to go to Ausable Chasm, but in the end we just stayed in the Vermont hills for most of it. The weather was really nice, but maybe not perfect for shooting. I had a pretty good mapped route set up using Google maps to find other photographer’s shots and locations that might be promising. It is hard going […]

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Down Stream

Winter Falls – Waterfall Photoshoot

The sky was pretty clear, and it looked to be a pretty good day to try some winter pictures at the Rawdon waterfalls. Picked up Nick and we headed up north. Half way there, we hit a snow squall, and I got a little worried. Not 15 minutes later, we pulled out of it and there were bright blue skies with fluffy white clouds. We arrived about an hour before sunset, so we didn’t have as much time as I […]

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Monday

Trip to Rawdon – Waterfall Photoshoot

Way back, about 20yrs ago, I was taking a photography course where we shot on color slide film and would develop the images in the school darkroom. It was a fun class, but was also my last photography class. I took a trip a little north of Montreal to a place call Rawdon. Rawdon is a small little town with a great waterfall just within the city limits. There are two things I had remembered about this waterfall: 1) As […]

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