Video Slideshow of the Waterfalls at Ricketts Glen

If you keep up with my blog, you know from recent blog articles that I photographed the waterfalls of Ricketts Glen State Park in Pennsylvania. Ricketts Glen is a large park with over 13,000 acres and is very scenic with 22 named waterfalls that range in height from 94 feet to 11 feet. The falls can be seen by hiking a trail rated as “difficult” for 3.2 miles. Although difficult, it is well worth the hike to see the falls.

This weekend, I developed a slideshow video of many of the waterfalls and the rivers that lead to and from the falls. The video lasts 4 minutes and contains sound, so be sure to have your speakers turned on when watching it. To see the video, click on the below image. I recommend putting the video in the full screen mode by clicking on the small arrows in the right corner of the video window after it starts.

 

The quality of the images in the video is somewhat reduced. To see the images in high resolution, click on the following link that will take you to the Ricketts Glen gallery on my website. http://stabone.com/p973245629

About Stephen L Tabone

Executive Consultant and Nature Photographer
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2 Responses to Video Slideshow of the Waterfalls at Ricketts Glen

  1. researchlady says:

    Wonderful slide show of the falls! Enjoyed listening to the rushing water, too. Was each sound authentic to each of the falls? I actually can lose myself viewing your photos … so relaxing!

    • Joe says:

      Actually, I thought I heard someone flushing the toilet…
      Just kidding of course.
      It was a little dizzying having the pictures go in and out. But otherwise, very nice work, Steve.

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