05.03.2019 Ha Ha Ha…yet another from Atherton Brook

I gave it a couple of days, but there was one more lurking among all the others that I processed late. When hiking along the trail by Atherton Brook, this waterfall’s sound is unmistakable and heard for a great distance…actually all the way out at the parking area. I’m not talking miles away, but certainly far enough to make one want to crash through the woods in that direction.  The trail is easier.

I posted from here a few years ago under nice but lower water levels and was excited to see what it would look like with all the spring flow.

I am sure that you can pick out the various closeups I posted earlier.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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6 Responses to 05.03.2019 Ha Ha Ha…yet another from Atherton Brook

  1. shoreacres says:

    The beauty of free-flowing brooks
    can never get too many looks.
    With their downed trees and stones
    tempting cameras and phones,
    they’re awash in sweet crannies and nooks.

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  2. So when it comes to photographing a brook, you’ll brook no delay.

    A linguist friend of mine pointed out some years ago that the word brook is falling out of usage. I used it in New York when I was growing up but in Texas I don’t remember ever hearing it. Down here people say creek.

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    • Brook is still a popular term here in New England as far as I know. Off the top of my head I can’t think of a creek locally.There is one, Northeast Creek, on Mount Desert Island (Acadia). I creak occasionally though.


  3. I ditto Linda’s poem. All the brooks/falls/cascades are a delight to see.

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