Hoggs Falls is located in a forest preserve in Grey County, western Ontario east of Lake Huron. It's still wild and wonderful with no platforms or fences.
My husband and I weren't planning to visit any falls on Saturday but, as it turned out, we saw three. (Two future posts as well as this one.) Grey County locals say the falls are not as grand as they usually are this time of year - not much rain or snow this past winter. But since I have never seen them before, I thought they were great.
Capturing waterfalls with my lens wasn't as easy as I'd hoped it would be. First off, see the snow? Well, there was also slippery mud - which the mud on my jeans will attest to - and I dared not go too close to the edge to get a better look or to take a better photo. As you can see I was on on the same level as the river BEFORE the water went over the falls. It's 25 feet straight down.
In the first photo, you can see icicles to the right. Here you see them close up, taken with my telephoto lens.
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