Amnicon Falls State Park (WI)
Here I'm continuing my trend of re-editing old photos from 2014. This one is from my waterfall tour of northern Wisconsin last May. Despite it not being a waterfall #it ended up being one of my favorite photos of Wisconsin I've taken. I love the textures in the rootbeer-colored water. The color is caused by tannins from the decomposition of wetland plants. A lot of people have asked me if I was standing in the river, but no, I am standing on a rock outcropping where the river splits in the park.
Camera: Nikon D610
Lens: Nikon 16-35mm
Settings: ISO100, 16mm, f/14, 0.25sec
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