Little Hawksbill Crag
Location: Calico Rock, Arkansas
Camera: Phase One P30+, Mamiya 645D, 35mm
Settings: f/11, ISO 100, 1/100 sec
When: November, 2008
The White River is truly an Arkansas original with headwaters in the Boston Mountains. Most of the White is contained within the state as well as its confluence with the Mississippi River. The White River is a working river which has been dammed into several lakes to provide water, power and flood control for communities nearby.
The White River National Wildlife Refuge located in South Arkansas is home to large populations of mallard duck and snow geese during the winter months. The refuge also has a large population of black bear and some of the most dramatic swampland scenery in the state.
“Little Hawksbill Crag” was photographed on City Rock Bluff near Calico Rock during the last of the autumn colors. I return to this beautiful spot as often as I can and have a summertime sunset image releasing soon.
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