This past weekend, Bob Lussier and I visited the small mill town of Franklin, NH to photograph some of the old buildings in the area. We headed up a bit early to check out Profile Falls in Bristol first, which is just a short distance from Franklin. As we missed the early morning light, and had whole lot of nothing in the way of clouds, I decided to move downstream and focus my attention on some shaded areas where there was less direct sunlight and I could eliminate the boring sky.
This is one of the images that seemed to work best. I chose a fairly long exposure to completely smooth the water, and add some visual interest from the faster moving water seen in white. Not that you can see it here, but the falls themselves are actually quite impressive, and will definitely merit a visit back in the fall.