Almost Heaven, West Virginia. This is a 2.5 second exposure of Brush Creek Falls. Despite the constant rain, the water for most waterfalls we visited was a trickle. Brush Creek Falls was the exception. This is the largest waterfall in the southern part of the state, and once had a water-powered mill, which was built by Jimmy D. Johnson around 1880. The falls drops over a sandstone ledge that is about 25 feet/7.5 meters in height near the mouth of the stream’s deep gorge of Brush Creek at Bluestone River.
Title: Brush Creek Falls
Photo: Ken Lee Photography
Info: Nikon D7000, Nikkor 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 lens. f/8, 2.5 second exposure, ISO 100. B+W 6-stop ND filter. 18 June 2015.
Location: Brush Creek Falls, West Virginia, USA
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