Rocky Gorge

Featuring Cummins Falls, this landscape photograph is somewhat deceiving (based on scale). What I mean is that the waterfall is actually 75-feet tall, and the plunge pool at the base extends forward a similar distance. Also, the larger slabs of rock strewn about are typically 10-feet wide.

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7 responses to “Rocky Gorge”

  1. Kym Gordon Moore Avatar

    You know Phil, I love the way the natural texture of all the elements in this snapshot meld together. This is another one of your breathtaking photos that need no introduction! Have a FANtabulous day my Poetic Master Photographer! 😎📸🥰🌎🌞✨🦋

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you my dear friend, Kym 🍯 It is a grand area, indeed, large scale and dynamic. I’m so glad you enjoy it, and wish for you a wonderful Wednesday 😘🌹

      1. Kym Gordon Moore Avatar

        You are so very welcome my Master Photographer. I feel your photos without words to describe them. You capture the soul of your subjects. Love it!!! Hugs, smooches, and a bit of cheer my friend! 😍🥂🥰

        1. Phil Avatar

          Thank you my friend 💖🥂✨✨

          1. Kym Gordon Moore Avatar

            Always a pleasure my dear Phil. Always! 🤗💖😊🥂🥰

  2. John Avatar

    I experience this with my photos. The 6000-foot mountains around the city can look as though they are 500 feet high! There must be a technical name for this distortion by the lenses.

    1. Phil Avatar

      Interesting. Yes, clarity for visitors regarding some shots is certainly advised, to convey the true scale of landscape scenery.

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