Tonight we hiked the Middle Prong Little River north of the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont. I decided to use my 18 – 200 telephoto lens as it can be a bit risky positioning a tripod in fast moving waters with a wide angle lens. Going with a wide angle lens generally means getting close to the action for the foreground. The water at this time of year is a bit too aggressive for me.
I used a polarizer and kept the aperture small with a slower exposure. Anywhere from f11 to f22 and 1 to 4 seconds of exposure. There was a fair amount of drizzle which seemed to work some magic with the rocks.
Here are a few photos from the evening.