Meadow Creek Cascades
Wayne County, Kentucky
I just love me some Meadow Creek in Wayne County Kentucky. Last month I got to spend oodles of time on this gorgeous creek with a bunch of good friends in near perfect conditions, minus some wind. This is the first cascade that you come to when you hike in from the field. Of all the times I've stopped by, this was the first time I had shot this particular fall. I'm learning Wayne County is full of surprises and I'm looking forward to returning and finding some more.
Middle Fork Cane Creek Falls
Middle Fork Cane Creek
Daniel Boone National Forest
It had not rained for days so when myself and good friend Leo Combs arrived at the Middle Fork Of Cane Creek Falls in Laurel County, Kentucky I certainly did not expect it to be flowing heavily, but it was gushing. This was my first visit to the falls and though we had some concerns from a photography standpoint we decided to have a go at it anyway. Sadly the easiest perspective was blocked by two partially fallen and long dead hemlocks forcing me to really think about my compositions. Looking back those fallen trees were a blessing in disguise. After crossing the creek and setting up outside the small rockhouse that had formed streamside I decided to have a look downstream to find a little two foot drop before the creek dog legs to the right. Leo went to check it out and told me it’s worth coming over for so I crossed back across the stream and fought the rhododendrons down to where I could cross below the cascade. He was not kidding, it was certainly worth it!
Overstreet Creek, 2nd Falls
Jessamine Creek Gorge Nature Preserve