A few weeks ago, back in October actually, I stopped by Hogg's Falls to check a geocache, and took long enough to snap a few pictures of the falls too. I've been practicing using slow speeds to get those nice misty waterfall pictures.
This is the usual view of the falls. It's an easy short walk from the parking lot, and you can safely stand at the top of the falls to get a picture. It's a straight vertical drop about 20 feet to the ravine below.
But if you're a little more adventurous, you can climb down a short cliff to the stream below. It's not difficult, as there are shelves in the limestone to step on, and someone has tied a rope that provides a handhold.
Once you're down there you get a view from below the falls. I didn't take my tripod, so these are all just handheld, and the exposures are 1/4 seconds long. I'm practicing holding the camera steady enough to enable that, and it works.
I always take more pictures than I need to, but it's fun nonetheless! There's some interesting history of an old mill built here by William Hogg in the late 1800's. I'm going to have to read up on that so I can share that story too.