West of Great Barrington, Massachusetts on the Appalachian Trail.

We took a hike from Rt. 23 to the Housatonic River on the AT to inspect some trail work that’s been done in the past year.

I’ve always liked this ravine although I’ve never thought to stand on one side and shoot straight across at the other side (duh). I got a number of interesting images like this one, all at 6400 ISO and I like this image well enough so that next time I’ll bring a small tripod and take this picture again at lower ISO. Shooting straight across at a varied landscape like this gives lots of opportunity to get all the little details in focus.


    1. Gary, you’re right, this ravine is very typical of this area although you’ve not been on this particular hike. I so much want to get back to the Catskills this fall. Ravines over there are even more interesting.

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