A couple of weeks ago a couple of friends and I spent a week exploring and hiking around Fundy National Park in New Brunswick. This was my first time visiting the park but I was told we would be seeing lots of waterfalls so I brought my tripod with me whenever we went hiking.
There are a lot of waterfalls in the park, some easy to get to others require a long and difficult hike. This particular one is quite easy to get to, so we left it until the end of the day one day, after we had done a longer, more difficult hike earlier.
It was a nice way to end a day of hot hiking, down in the cool, damp valley where the fall is located. I’m sure there is a lot more water coming over the top in the spring then there was at the end of summer but there was enough water to get that cool, dramatic look with a long exposure.