This week's blog is a short discussion of my search for a back woods waterfall. Nothing very special, but it is these quests that make photography in the wild a constant adventure. It is all about the thrill of the quest.
With the end of winter (hopefully) New England photographers
|Catsbane Tributary Chesterfield, NH|
|The Wrong Falls|
|Looking West on Route 10, Winchester, NH|
42 43' 52"
-72 24' 31"
It lies about 2.4 miles east of the intersection of Route 63 and Route 10.
Nellie and I descended the rough unplowed road and quickly found
|Lower Cascade with a touch of Toning|
|The Falls One Week Later|
The descriptions of Pulpit Falls always portray a modest cascade, but modest as it may be, the search has become something of a quest, and questing is one of the great attractions of natural photography. Hopefully my description will make it a bit easier for others to find this spot. I'll be back to confirm the location of the falls, and then it will be on to Frye Falls in Walpole. There is NO excuse for me not knowing all the major falls in my backyard.