Winter Waterfall Photography in Missouri

In today’s Vlog I am going to take you on a little winter excursion through the Parkville Nature Sanctuary. We had freezing fog, an odd phenomenon when it is just at the freezing temperature and there is fog in the air. That moisture sticks to everything and freezes.

It was a unique day to go out and shoot. I went to the Parkville Nature Sanctuary to shoot the waterfall that comes out when the water level rises in Riss lake. While it is Winter, we had a lot of rain on this particular weekend which provided enough water to get this little stream going.


I will teach you all kinds of things today.   We will discuss the reality of landscape photography, how to use circular polarizers, and how to dress for winter weather when you are out taking pictures.


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Blake Rudis
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