Chapelbrook Falls, Ashfield, MA. on a dim and drizzly day.
It’s unusual for you to include three pictures in a post. Maybe you were subconsciously making up for the lack (mostly) of words.
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I hadn’t thought about it but you are right. Usually it is one or two. I have a couple of others yet to come, but these are the three levels and I wanted to show them together…or maybe it was my subconscious.
I smiled when I saw your beautiful photo in the Reader and smiled even more when I saw the other photos. Gorgeous.
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I am glad these brought a smile to your face, Lyle. That’s just what your comment did for me…Thanks! 🙂
I hope you found some peace of mind here Steve. Its a gorgeous place.
Thank you, Andrew. I did. It’s a wonderful spot, especially on a hot summer day.
Lovely scene and images Steve !!
I envy those lovely falls. There surely is lots of beauty for you to photograph. The rock in the bottom picture males the scene for me. Maybe it’s a scene stealer?
I had never noticed that rock before. It’s possible that the winter melt moved it from another spot.
When we have enough water flowing, these falls are a great cool place to hang out in the summer, Yvonne. We are fortunate to have quite a few within a reasonable driving distance.
Yvonne’s comment made me wonder — could that rock be photo bombing?
What surprised me most is the height of the falls. Obviously there has to be some height to get some falls, but I hadn’t realized just how high this one is. Seeing it this way makes the middle photo my favorite.
In a geologic sense, I think it is a bomber, Linda. 🙂 I don’t remember it being in that spot in previous years, so the winter melt and powerful flow must have moved it there so I could photograph it.
The middle falls is about 15-20 feet tall and I think the others are just a little shorter, so to speak. It’s a nice series of features. There is a fourth behind my position in the third image, but it is only about 2 feet and lands in a nice dark pool. Although I have never been there in the afternoon, I am pretty sure that folks get wet on a hot summer day.
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