Waterfalls and Caverns
In August, I spent two days travelling all over Indiana with the goal of photographing different waterfalls and caverns. A few waterfalls were revisited from a similar trip a year ago, but this year I went much farther south and discovered surprisingly larger waterfalls to photograph.
I was also excited to learn that some of these parks were open until 11PM, as typically parks close after sunset. I had a blast at some of these locations after dark, taking longer exposures and light painting the falls in pitch black darkness.
During the day I utilized Neutral Density (ND) Filters, so that I could still take long exposures of the falls in broad daylight, capturing beautiful smooth water. I also discovered a couple of amazing caverns to explore, which were located inside these parks allowing you to explore and photograph them at your leisure.
Enjoy just some of my favorites below from Cataract Falls, Kokiwanee Nature Preserve, McCormicks Creek Falls, Salamonie River State Forest, Mills State Park and Cave River, Williamsport Falls, and Jane Justin Preserve.