A few weeks ago I did a short hike near my house in New Hampshire. The trail follows Purgatory Brook and goes by all three waterfalls, but I only stopped at the first. It was relatively warm day, but the path was icy in spots. For the most part, though it was a great hike.
One special thing about the hike was that I brought my camera and the new lens. The bad thing is that I had forgotten to change the battery so it continued to flash at me that I was losing power. I still took a few pictures, most of the ice covered waterfall, Lower Purgatory Falls.
Here is a photo from my phone that I took in November. You can see the offshoot of the falls going off to the right.
Now look at this one. Notice the hole in the ice with the water rushing through?
Here is a closeup of that hole.
I experimented and took some pictures with a very fast shutter speed to stop every water droplet and longer shutter speeds to get the blurred water effect. A sample (which includes the above) is given below, with a couple of more tranquil shots. As always, click on a photo to enlarge it to see the details. From there you can scroll through them.
I hope you enjoyed this little bit of water, woods and ice from New Hampshire!