Go along with fine art photographer Keith Dotson on a hike into the woods of eastern Kentucky to visit one of the tallest waterfalls in Kentucky
In this video, I’m bringing you along on a visit to an absolutely stunning part of the Daniel Boone National Forest in the Appalachian Mountains of Eastern Kentucky. We will be hiking to shoot black and white photographs at Yahoo Falls, a thin ribbon of water dropping in front of a rock shelter with evidence of human use up to 9,000 years ago.
On this landscape photography outing, I got lucky in two ways: I was graced with glorious soft light, and I had the falls area all to myself for quite a while — long enough to dally uninterrupted while making photographs and plenty of video.
Black and white photographs made at Yahoo Falls and Daniel Boone National Forest
Fine art prints of the photographs are available in a wide range of sizes and prices. Click the photograph to learn more.
Thanks for reading.
Be sure to visit me on Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest, or on my website at keithdotson.com.
Wow! Very cool trip and super images as usual.
Thank you Jeni