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Honey Hollow Falls is one of the more hidden waterfalls in Vermont. A trail follows the brook as it cascades over rocks and falls again and again, making it a dream for photographers. The low light and steep sides of the hollow make it a challenging but rewarding place to explore.
I had been once before, the previous year. At that time, the widest angle lens I had for my Sony a7III was 40mm. I found it hard to navigate the terrain and find a vantage point that would capture the falls in the awe-inspiring way they deserve. This spring, I returned with a 14-24mm and got the shot I was hoping for. I took this as I crept close to the edge of a steep drop. The melting ice and spring rain had the falls gushing, so fast I didn't need a super slow shutter or a tripod to get a silky effect on the water.
This is definitely a place that I recommend. I'll be back later in the year when the water slows down and is warm enough for a dip.