Waterfall in Gooseberry State Park

jennyswanson20007-07-20photoadultcatwaterfallwebresolution.JPGJenny from DeKalb, Ill., sends us three photographs. One for the July contest; the second for August; and a third as a bonus! Here’s the second one–her entry for August–about which she writes:

“(The second) photograph taken in the early morning of 6/15/07 at Gooseberry State Park in Minnesota. I love the beauty of the trees and the waterfall in this photo…Made me never want to leave!”

Thanks, Jenny, for sharing these photos!

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One Response to Waterfall in Gooseberry State Park


    I love the Gooseberry State Park Trees and Falls shot. Of course I’m all into trees and water. I have some shots of some trees similar to those with the roots out of the ground. I call them walking trees. Now look at these, don’t they just look like they might just walk over to the falls at night and get a drink?

    After you shoot so many pictures you see character in everything.