One of the times I visited North Carolina I stayed with my good friend and I gave him free reign of our travels. Something that is hard for me to do but he knows the area much better than me.
When we rolled into a parking lot so full that people were parking down the road I was a bit skeptical that there would be any shot here without people in it let alone a good shot.
I embraced the fact that I let him pick where we were going and I was surprised when we stepped off into the woods when everyone else kept walking on towards a very busy main trail.
After a short hike through the woods we came upon a small bridge and off to the left was this. I was floored.
We walked down to the creek and I pulled out a telephoto to reach way back into the small canyon and capture this magnificent waterfall. I’m still glad I let go of the reigns and let him pick the spots on that trip.
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