Tahquamenon Falls

Nestled in Michigan's Upper Peninsula is Tahquamenon Falls. The fall span 200 feet and drop 50 feet. The picture is of the upper falls and 4 miles downstream is another set of falls. Autumn is a great time to visit the falls and the surrounding area due to the changing colors. The hike is somewhat long and winds its way around the river.

You can park near by and is free to park. There might be a admittance fee into the national park. At the time I went there was no one manning the gate. The walking distance from the parking area to the upper falls is about 1 to 1.5 miles. In some areas the terrain can be a little uneven, so bring some good walking shoes. 

If you cannot make it during Autumn, Winter and summer are great times to visit as well. The photograph's name is: Freedom.

Gear: Sony A7R | Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L | Induro AT 114 Tripod | Manfrotto 327 RC2 Joystick Head

Photograph Settings: The photograph is a total of 3 images blended together to capture both the trees and the waterfall.     1/80 second | f/18 | ISO 100


Kyle LeclercComment