Rock Quarry Falls by JayCaps

This waterfall is in the Rock Quarry Garden of Cleveland Park in Greenville, SC. The garden is located on the site of a pre-Civil War granite quarry. The quarry was abandoned in 1930 and the newly formed Garden Club of Greenville led a restoration effort to create a beautiful garden. The waterfall is just about 10 feet high but a beauty to look at especially during spring where flowers and trees are in full bloom. This is one of the most popular locations in Greenville for weddings and photo shoots.

Follow me on Facebook and Flickr 😉


via 500px

Sunrise Selfie at Quarry Lake by ryan_kole

The other week, I forced myself out of bed… To think… I almost slept through this…

My camera was mounted to my demonic tripod… I don’t often take selfies… Can anyone really blame me? It was a great way to start my days off and any morning in general really!

via 500px

Misty Sunrise by ryan_kole

This is another one I took last week… It was a great way to start my day and days off. It truly was an amazing sunrise at Quarry Lake in Canmore.

via 500px

Good Morning by ryan_kole

Fresh from my memory card…

First off, I am very thrilled to have woken up at 5:36am. This is why haha. This is Quarry Lake in Canmore.

It was a great way to start the day and my days off!

via 500px

Misty Sunrise Black and White by ryan_kole

This is another one from sunrise the other day.

This is Quarry Lake in Canmore. For obvious reasons, I was obsessed with that ominous looking cloud haha. I remain quite happy with the decision to drag myself out early haha.

via 500px

Misty Sunrise at Quarry Lake by ryan_kole

I took this maybe 20 minutes ago haha.

This was sunrise at Quarry Lake in Canmore Alberta this morning. I’m very pleased I decided to drag my tired self out of bed and went for an early morning adventure.

via 500px

Multiscape by GlennCrouch

Facebook : Aegir Photography

A reworked image, sunrise at the iconic Bombo quarry, near Kiama on the south coast
of New South Wales, Australia.

Nikon D800 & Nikkor 16-35mm, Lee 1.2 GND filter. PP in PS CC using Nik Software and luminosity masks.

via 500px