There is always something new along the creek. Trees fall and erode, hedges thicken and thin, rocks appear from no where, and the light always changes. One day a fallen log is dead and grey, and the next day you catch it in perfect light with a blue sky reflected in the water. Photos are almost guaranteed. And there are miles more creek to walk, unexplored for now, but waiting for a chance to get to that next trailhead. Gear Photos were made with a Nikon D750, a Tamron SP
Moores creek runs along the Rivanna Trail. In the spring you can still get down to the creek, but, by summer, the kudzu and bushes are too thick to get to the water. In the summer, you have to walk the trail and catch the views from selected vantage points, and we' re half-way to summer. The vegetation is closing in day by day. It's half brown and half green, but greening fast. Gear Photos were made with a Nikon D750, a Tamron SP 35 mm f/1.4 Di USD, and a Nikkor 85 mm f/2.