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Boulder Falls

Boulder Falls in mid-morning. CLG

Well, this weekend I once again found myself in the Boulder, CO area. It was a weekend of leisure and relaxation. My wife and I had a fantastic dinner at Boulder Cork. The Cork is a little expensive but it is one of those restaurants that the chef works for you and the food was exceptional. I highly recommend it and I know for a fact that I will be returning to this restaurant as often as possible.

The photographic part of the weekend took place at Boulder Falls. Unfortunately I didn’t get to the falls until well after the sun had risen. The light by then was a little harsh so I made the decision to photograph the falls knowing that the final images would be HDR.  I am not real big on using HDR for scenic photography but in this case I think it turned out okay.

If you want to checkout Boulder Falls just go west on Canyon Road and it will be about eleven miles outside of town on the right hand side. It is just a short walk to the falls, maybe a little over a hundred yards. I do recommend wearing hiking shoes. Even though it is a short trek to the falls you will be walking up and down on rocks and at times the rocks can be slippery. It is worth the small walk.

A section of Boulder Falls. CLG

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Craig has been a professional photographer for over forty years. His photos have been shown and purchased in four continents, North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Just recently his wife April has joined C. L. Getchius Photography. A quote from Craig and April: “Even after all these years we are learning and are excited about what we will discover and witness with each new day.”

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