Wildcat Canyon is home to one of the beautiful waterfalls of Starved Rock State Park. Although in the summer months it can be more of a watertrickle (as seen here). These shots were somewhat difficult due to the heavy rain upon my arrival. It had only stopped raining about 20 minutes before I took these photographs. The heat had already spiked causing the water to evaporate making foggy conditions. The fog was quite noticeable in the first photo (at the very top of the fall), so I tried a couple of things to minimize it. I made a monochrome version of the photo as an overlay and played with the opacity. Enjoy!I will have some more photos from Starved Rock tomorrow.
About James KeeganI am a photographer based in Northern Illinois, that specializes in nature, landscape and portraiture. This blog is a look at my journey into photography.
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