Just got back yesterday from an enjoyable overnight backpacking trip to the Roaring Plains in West Virginia. I charged most of my camera batteries on the way there, and upon packing up the last of my camera gear at the trailhead, managed to grab two batteries that had basically zero charge. Needless to say, I wasn't too excited when sunset rolled around on top of a remote overlook! Luckily, the light fizzled and I didn't miss much of an opportunity. In an effort to make the most of the trip, I also made a quick trip over to Blackwater Falls State Park to photograph some of my favorite waterfalls in the area. The streams were running relatively high for this time of year, and I took advantage of the flow to capture this unique foreground log with water running over it.