|Upper Colosseum Falls|
The Potomac State Forest is not nearly as popular as other attractions in Western Maryland, but for nature photographers, it's a gold mine. There are two gravel roads through the forest that follow streams that empty into the Potomac. In this post, we'll look at Laurel Run Rd
]. There are rustic campsites along the road, and there are three falls that can be accessed there. One is at the end of the road near the Potomac; it's pretty and the easiest to find.
|Cascades between Upper and Lower Colosseum Falls|
Farther up stream is another falls, which the ranger told me they call Colosseum Falls. I call it Lower Colosseum Falls. If you drive down to campsite #29 and park there, you'll be able to find it. Usually I bring a pair of waterproof sandals with me. After shooting the Lower Colosseum Falls, I walk upstream where there are plenty of very beautiful places to photograph. After a little while, you'll reach what I call Upper Colosseum Falls. From there I get back onto the road and walk down to the car.
|Lower Colosseum Falls|
I used to vacation at Deep Creek Lake every August, and I would visit Swallow Falls almost every morning. After several years, I decided I needed to find someplace a little different. I still go to Swallow Falls, but Potomac State Forest is another fantastic place to visit for great photography.
|Falls Closest to the Potomac River|
Lovely nature pictures and awesome photography.ReplyDelete
wow.! I'm just imagining that, paradise would be like this?ReplyDelete
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