This is the same cascade that has appeared here a few times. I just enjoy this collection of flows a lot. Even when the flow is low the rocks offer some interest (see the second image down) on their own. I always enjoy the flat top above that central cascade and the shape the water takes as it passes over the rock. The various other flows make great complement to the central element.While photographing this and other cascades and waterfalls, the rest of the world disappears into the sound of the crashing flows. I guess I am a bit schizoid when it comes to escape and solitude…..both complete silence in the early morning waiting for the sun to rise over the vastness of the Quabbin and the blanket of sound that accompanies water’s rush and crash put me there.
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