A couple months ago, I was able to go visit the amazing Stephens Gap for the second time. On an early Sunday morning, I took off with Claire, Allison, and Joey. In the early spring, when I visited last time there was much more water coming. In late July, it was very dry and barely any water was flowing. It doesn’t stop the amazing beauty of the cave, and being in it is breathtaking (and refreshing since it’s naturally in the 60’s down there).
After Stephens Gap, I got to show Joey, Allison and Claire my favorite hidden tea house, and this time I was shot color to showcase the beautiful green forest that surrounds it. When I went back in February it was covered in fog and wasn’t nearly as vibrant as it was on this past trip.
If you ever get the opportunity to visit Stephen’s Gap, make sure to get a permit and go because it’s such a beautiful place to visit and to photograph.
As always, my Widelux photos are available for print, if you’re interested in one, send me a message and I’ll provide you with information.