Strange Rocks at McKinney Falls

Here’s another shot taken a few weeks ago at McKinney Falls State Park in Austin. This shot of the upper falls shows just how powerful the flow of water can be over thousands or even millions of years. The crevices cut into the rock are large enough to fall through and I had a tough time just setting up my tripod without slipping on the strange wet rocks.

Strange Rocks

Strange Rocks – McKinney Falls State Park, Texas
Copyright © 2009 Jeff Lynch Photography
Shot taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II set on manual (M) using an EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens tripod-mounted. The exposure was taken at 40mm, f/16 for 5 seconds at ISO 100 using a Singh-Ray Vari-ND-Duo neutral density and warming polarizer filter. All post capture processing was done in Adobe’s Lightroom 3 Beta. Click on the image above for a larger version.

3 thoughts on “Strange Rocks at McKinney Falls

  1. Hi Jeff,

    I enjoy your posts and pictures. Your updates have recently become very regular and frequent – thank you. 🙂

    I am an amateur photographer living in Austin. I’d love to join you on the Texas landscape safari sometime. Your landscapes make me appreciate the Texas Hill Country more.

    Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays.


    • Anoop,

      Thanks for reading and for your kind words. We still have two spots open for the spring TLS workshop so email me soon if you’re interested. More details on the TLS page.


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