Enders Falls is a series of six waterfalls along a 1/4 mile long stretch of river in Granby, Connecticut. Though none of them are especially large, all together they form an impressive landscape with lots of opportunities for photography.

Armed with a camera, a tripod and a polarizing filter, I set out to explore the falls over two days this Summer. These are the photos I took.

Enders Falls
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  • Tuesday, March 30, 2010 at 12:45 pm

    Gorgeous photos, Katie! You’ve inspired me to visit these beautiful falls. :-)

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