Located in the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, Shasta County California, Boulder Creek falls is worth the 5 mile round trip hike. This is a moderate hike on a well marked path that crosses the stream three times. Although I've only hiked there in summer I believe the fall colors would really bring this area alive. Spring may be a little tricky with the creek crossings. This photograph only shows one small cascade of a much large falls. Caterpillars, butterflies, spiders and dragonflies were among the macro wildlife found along the path. Many birds were seen and even a deer! Don't forget the bug spray as you're always near water and trust me the bugs bite!
Tuesday, 04 August 2009
This photograph is an HDR composed of 7 individual shots taken at different apertures and blended into one with added saturation.
Nikon D200, 18-200mm
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