Capturing a photo beneath the old stone bridge above Whatcom Creek with the leaves changing colors has always been on my Bellingham photos to do list and I finally had the chance to do it. It was kind of sketchy to get to the location due to a slippery muddy slope and at one point the tripod connected to my backpack did get stuck in a tree branch. It was worth the muddy shoes though. Here’s two photos from the day on the muddy slope and one from on top of the bridge.
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Whatcom Falls bridge
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Matt McDonald is a photographer and new media entrepreneur based in Seattle, Washington. He has a passion for action, portrait, landscape, macro photography and film. Matt is also a professional web developer and IT Tech. His life revolves around his dog, family, friends, skateboarding, surfing and photography.