04.14.2021 Waterfall Wednesday-Cascade Version

I’ve noticed this little cascade often when driving along Moosehorn Road in New Salem. For some reason, maybe an apparent one, it appealed to me last Saturday on the way home after sunrise and I made several exposures trying to capture the best timing for the motion.  We are currently in somewhat of a draught so any opportunity like this mustn’t be missed.  When we do get rain it has been light and not sustained. Maybe some will come this weekend according to the forecast which even hints at a bit of snow.  😮

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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12 Responses to 04.14.2021 Waterfall Wednesday-Cascade Version

  1. You’re sharing a drought with Texas, and we, too, stand to get a little rain over the next few days if the weather forecasters are right. Snow we won’t get here.

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    • My neighborhood most likely will not see snow but those in the nearby hilltowns just might. Maybe Eliza will. Whatever we get, like you, will be a welcome respite from dry conditions.


  2. Littlesundog says:

    Our area of Oklahoma has been in a drought, and we’ve suffered a few wildfires already this spring (not normal this time of year), so last night’s inch of rain was welcomed! We have more chances in the next days. I hope you get some good rains soon… I’m ready for froggy Fridays!!

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  3. Great image as usual Steve!

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  4. Eliza Waters says:

    Nice take, Steve, I’m hoping we get a good soaking… the evergreens are looking dry. That one shower we had the other day perked things up considerably and turned the lawn green. 🙂

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  5. Ms. Liz says:

    The extended series of cascades are gorgeous!

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  6. shoreacres says:

    Especially with the extended cascade, it reminds me of mountain snowmelt: both the sight and the sound.

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    • One of these days I’ll learn how to share a video of a visited cascade or waterfall on the blog besides linking to YouTube. I read a tutorial once but it seemed unnecessarily complicated. Unfortunately, this hasn’t been much of a year for snow melt with limited snow pack in the mountains. Some local areas did get a few inches today though so there might be a short window of opportunity tomorrow.


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