This site is about photography and the inner thoughts of photographer Andrew Plath.

A River Runs Through It

I had spent much time at the Dells of the Eau Claire and taken numerous photos.  Each time I am out there, my eyes catch something different.   The Dells is the largest system of water falls in Central Wisconsin.   There are always new angles to explore.

The park is only 145 acres, but it holds a mixed forest filled with evergreens and flowering trees of all species.  In the fall, it is the most gorgeous.   For photographers, flowing water is always a challenge to stop the shutter down and get that silky stream in the image while keeping everything else crisp and sharp.   The park is often thought of as Marathon County’s answer to the Grand Canyon in miniature.

Water is a force which in time will erode away the stones in places like the Dells.  For now, places like these are ours to enjoy.

One Response to “A River Runs Through It”

  1. ginnystar

    I can see it in my mind’s eye, for your discription, tell a story, you fill in the gaps, that your image don’t show, writing feedback is hard, for me, words are there but beyond what I can explain.


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