It was one of those days where I knew I had to get out with my camera and spontaneously decided to head north to take photos of waterfalls. It was supposed to be partly cloudy which is ideal for that kind of photography to make long exposures.
When I arrived in Bayfield, Wisconsin the sun was shining and the temperatures were in the mid 50ties. After a short stay I continued towards Cornucopia. As soon as I drove further north-west the temperature dropped 10 degrees and it clouded up. When I arrived at Lost Creek Falls I put on an xtra layer of clothing and started on the 1.5 mile long hike. Most of the snow had already melted.
I visited Lost Creek Falls almost exactly a year ago (March 17. 2020) and at that time there was still a lot of snow and ice. Here is the link to that blog: https://soulcenteredphotography.blogspot.com/2020/03/lost-creek-falls-march-2020.html