Glen Onoko Falls

January 11, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

 

 

Glen Onoko Falls

Glen Onoko Falls - Lower FallsGlen Onoko FallsGlen Onoko Falls in Jim Thorpe, PA

 

Glen Onoko Falls

32" x 18" HD Metal Vertical Panorama

$425.00

Glen Onoko Falls is in Jim Thorpe, PA and is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful trails in Pennsylvania.

But it is also rated as very difficult, even deadly.

Unfortunately, too many people continually tried to hike this challenging trail unprepared for it's difficulty - and 8 people have died since 1977 with many more injured. So the PA Game Commission shut this trail down on May 1st, 2019 as the constant injuries were overwhelming the areas First Responders. As of now, it is closed permanently.

Which is really a shame as this trail is so amazing and beautiful. 

I was fortunate to hike this trail the last day it was open to the public on April 30, 2019. It was pretty crowded with hikers getting one last hike in. It's really too bad PA cannot afford to upgrade this trail so people could do this incredible hike safely; but budgets are what budgets are and it would probably take several $Million to fix it safely and correctly.

To get this image, I carefully went out on some massive boulders in this raging river - safely, of course. Once set up I quickly realized I was too close to the waterfall, even with a 24 mm lens, to capture the whole waterfall in one image. And backing up was just not an option! So I took 3, horizontal, .5 second images and stitched them together in Photoshop to create this stunning vertical panorama. With the HD Metal, the details are incredible.

More images of Glen Onoko Falls are in the gallery on my website at

www.davidandersonward.com/glen_onoko_falls

The 3rd image (right after the short video) would also be an amazing HD Metal wall art piece/

Any one of these images would make incredible HD Metal prints any size, from a minimum of 8" x 10" up to 60" x 40".

Let me know what size makes sense for your home or office or business and I'll let you know the cost.

David Anderson Ward Imagery accepts cash - as actual cash, or Zelle or Venmo, checks, or credit/debit cards.

Whichever is easiest for you!

 


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