With just a day and a half to explore and shoot, we set out for Northeast Georgia to photograph as much as we could. We checked out Panther Creek Falls, Tallulah Gorge State Park, and Black Rock Mountain State Park. This trip was planned out months in advance so didn’t know what the weather was going to offer. This particular weekend Georgia was still being hit by a long week of continuous rain and overcast skies. Not ideal for great golden light, but perfect for shooting waterfalls. We set out at 6am to start our day at Panther Creek Falls.
Panther Creek Falls trail is 3.5 miles long, with varying elevation, steep drops, and lots of rocks to climb over. About 1/3 of the way into the hike is an opening to a large camping area and a wonderful spot for shooting the creek with mossy rocks. We stopped here to do our first bit of shooting.