blackwater falls

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Blackwater waterfall is located in Davis, West Virginia. It is 57 feet high.
It feeds from the Blackwater River. The rocks behind the water are actually black. The “black” water is a result of tannic acid from fallen hemlock and red spruce needles, hence the name of the fall.
This is one of the many beauties I got to see while in WV.
If you view larger you will see a heron that was “fishing” at the bottom of the fall.

I shot this in SS priority, with a SS of 1/8th of a second, focal length at 44mm, f-stop at 18, and ISO at 100.

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  • Dawn B Davies-McIninch
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