For me, there is no better time to be out and about with a camera at Deep Creek Lake than during sunrise.
Hopefully watching this video for a few seconds should take the sting out a a very warm day! Enjoy… – It is refreshing to visit Swallow Falls State Park on a warm summer day and stand next to the crashing 53-foot tall Muddy Creek Falls. Muddy Creek is one of three waterfalls in this state park in Garrett County. The Youghiogheny River flows along the park’s borders.
For a very tall, super slow motion video view of the falls, please click on continue and look below. Continue reading A Very Cool Thought on a Very Warm Day : Swallow Falls State Park, Maryland.
Toliver Falls is the smallest featured waterfall at Swallow Falls State Park in Western Maryland but in my opinion it is the most photogenic of the three major falls in the park. Western Maryland has some beautiful landscapes to photograph but this park is the best. These photos were taken during a visit last month. (please see second photo below)
In my year end series of the top 5 most viewed blog posts on this site, photos of one of my favorite landmarks at Deep Creek Lake comes in at number 2. Enjoy! Rob
I learned this morning via the Deep Creek Times and then The Republican Newspaper that the roof of a beloved historical Garrett County (MD) landmark, the old barn on Mayhew Inn Road finally succumbed to the elements this month. The Republican link includes an up to date photo taken by another local photographer of the fully collapsed roof. (please see more photos below) Continue reading Top Five Posts of 2015 : Loss of an Old Friend : The Old Barn on Mayhew Inn Road, #2
This panorama shows the waterway directly above the Little Tolliver Falls at Swallow Falls State Park in Garrett County, Md. (please see more text and second photo below) Continue reading A Year Ago on ISBAA : Panorama at Swallow Falls State Park
Earlier this month I took a hike along the river at Swallow Falls State Park in Western Maryland. (Please see more text and second photo below) Continue reading A Year Ago This Week on ISBAA- Walking Along Swallow Falls