Shawnee Falls without the Log  
     

Shawnee Falls without the Log

There is a very large log leaning against the 30-foot Shawnee Falls in Ricketts Glen State Park. Most captures of this falls include this signature log. And the log looks good in some images. But I'm always looking for a variations.
 
Access to this falls is limited by the steep rock, but using a slightly longer focal length allows the falls to be framed tight enough that the log, while visible, remains essentially unrecognizable.
 
A B+W XS-Pro circular polarizer filter was used for this picture.

Camera and Lens Settings
31mm  f/8.0  .6s  ISO 100  5184 x 3456px
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