Hidden in a corner of Hudson, MA is Danforth Brook, a tributary of the Assabet River. A short walk from the road, the brook changes from a meandering stream in the woods to a series of small waterfalls working their way through large glacial boulders. I rarely visit this spot without returning with some great photographs.
Filmed with a Canon 5D Mark 2, 70-200mm f/2.8L and 24-70 f/2.8L lenses. (And changing them in the rain is no fun at all…)
Camera moves were done with a home-made portable track (similar to the Glidetrack). I plan to write an article about this as I get more experience with it.
A big shout-out to danosongs for providing soundtrack music for these tiny projects for free.