Tuesday, July 06, 2010

More images from Dover Stone Church Falls



I finished editing the images from yesterday's trip to Dover Stone Church Falls. With it being a 101 degrees here today I wish I was back in that cave in the cool air with the water flowing around my feet!

Keep Cool (and Makin' Art)
Carl

8 comments:

Pat said...

Your photographs of this place, despite the season, take my breath away. It is on my must see list, but I have a feeling what your creative eye captures is grander than life.

Adrian LaRoque said...

Artistic and in a perfect balance!

Carl said...

Pat (MOM) - I have certainly balanced the lighting a little and it is dark to the eye in the cave at first, but is quite a site in person I assure you.

Adrian - Thanks. I could go to this place over and over again.

Dave King said...

What an incredible place, as indeed have been your previous three or four posts. You would have had me green with envy by now if it wasn't perfectly obvious that they are in the hands of someone well able to do them justice. Magnificent.

Carl said...

Hi Dave - I am drawn to the place. I have gotten some good shots so far... but think there is an absolute home run in that cave. I'll keep going back until I get it.

Victoria Fatum said...

Oh wow... what a cool place! I've never been here... This is near Garrison?

Carl said...

Hi Victoria-
Indian brook falls is in Garrison. That is the spot I hit on the way home. Dover stone church is off of Rt 22 in the town of dover. for me it is i-84E to 301N to 22N.

Carl said...

Hi Victoria-
Indian brook falls is in Garrison. That is the spot I hit on the way home. Dover stone church is off of Rt 22 in the town of dover. for me it is i-84E to 301N to 22N.