I should have been doing chores this morning, getting ready for deer camp next week, but waking up at 0430, I decided after a cup of Joe to drive over to Lost Creek near Cornucopia, WI, and hike in the 1.5 miles to the falls. Not enough light to use the pinhole as was my intent, If I would have done so, the exposures would have been close to an hour at f/256. Fortunately the Rolleicord traveled in the backpack, loaded with a roll of very slow, Ilford Pan F (ASA 50), perfect for low light when wanting longer exposure times to make moving water creamy like cotton candy. Getting lost in my thoughts, pondered sitting behind the falls in the sheltered enclave with you, drinking our morning coffee and enjoying each other’s company, as was our pastime. Unfortunately, I discovered this place only a few years back and we never had the opportunity. A pleasant place for a morning daydream with the falling water cascading along the rocks and leaving a fine mist in the crisp air.
“When the sun has set, no candle can replace it.”
― George R.R. Martin