I took a trip to the Nay Aug Gorge in early March when there was still some snow and ice around. Since it was fairly cold outside I had no issues with photo bombers in any of my photos. The loneliness and quiet of the 2 hours I spent there listening to the 22 foot waterfall were quite calming. While I was there it began to snow lightly creating a misty snow-globe effect; although it was more event in person than in the photos. There are other very beautiful paths to investigate but the snow and ice conditions prevented me from getting to adventurous. I had been here previously in warmer weather, but although cold and the water flow relatively light, Mother Nature did not disappoint.
If there is some interest in the gorge in late fall, you can click here to view a previous post of some photos I took of the gorge in late November a couple of years ago.