16th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
The Rhinehart Brook runs through Hacklebarney State Park and after a rain, it is really quite interesting. It is very rocky with many drops along its route and it is just a great spot to visit. You are going to get a little dirty to get your shots but it is always worth it. Usually, especially wet rainy mornings when normal people stay home, you can really get some gorgeous water shots. There are three streams here. The Rhinehart and trout brook flow into the Black River. The Black River, because of the way it flows in relation to the sun is more difficult to shoot than the Rhinehart. In my opinion, it is just more interesting. I shot this with the Canon 5D Mark iii and the Canon 16-35mm F4L IS.
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||Nov. 9, 2018, 9:52 a.m.
||Canon EOS 5D Mark III