I’ve posted images of this waterfall a few times over the years. It’s easily visited with just a short walk downhill…of course uphill on the way out, but quickly done. I’ve been fortunate that in all that time only one other person has been there when I visited. When I left here this past Sunday there was just one car besides mine and that person must have hiked to a different vantage point. There are some nice features above the main falls.
For the last several years I have had an image in mind but a large tree had fallen across the brook downstream which made the composition less than I wished for. Time has caused the tree to collapse into the water freeing up the view. While the waterfall can be viewed in its entirety from a closer spot, I have always wanted to include the large rock.
As I made my way closer to the falls, I noticed this colorful rock surrounded by the splash and motion of the brook.
In a way, it reminds me of a favorite rock I have shared from Dean Brook.
And no visit is complete without a portrait of the falls.
I think the rest of the autumn season will be good for waterfall and cascade opportunities. Here’s hoping.