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Kitchen Creek
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SubmitterTheDudeMore Photos from TheDude   CategoryStreams   Last Update2009/11/8 22:52
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JakesLeakyWaders
Published: 2009/11/9 12:10  Updated: 2009/11/9 12:10
Joined: 10/25/2008
From: York County
Comments: 2129
 Re: Kitchen Creek
Nice. Is that below Rickett's?

Looks like you used a tripod and a small aperture(large f-number) to get a longer exposure, seeing as both the waterfall and the rock in the foreground are in focus.
TheDude
Published: 2009/11/9 13:46  Updated: 2009/11/9 13:47
Joined: 05/04/2007
From: A little-known town called Bellefonte
Comments: 248
 Re: Kitchen Creek
I believe these falls are within Ricketts Glen State Park. I'm not sure how much of the creek the park encompasses, but I walked downstream from the campground. To here.

I think I didn't bring a tripod and just used a rock to place the camera on. Most of my other shots suffered for this reason, but this one worked out well with that rock in the foreground. I don't remember the camera settings, but I'd have to agree with you about the aperture seeing that everything is in focus.

By the way, next time I go to Ricketts Glen, I'm taking a hike without my camera. Same thing with Yellowstone. I miss out on the nice experience when everything is treated as a "photo-op."





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