Every once in a while I come across a file that I never processed. This can happen when you make too many images. Places like Wahconah Falls State Park have so much to explore with the camera that I often overlook something.
A waterfall gets all the attention, especially Wahconah which can be spectacular. But downstream many of the cascade warrant their own spotlight.
It’s tempting to go monochrome with this but I enjoy the color tannins add to a cascade and around here many of the water features I visit are in hemlock woods which provide a lot of tannins. Hemlock bark is the best source for the tannins used in the processing of leather making it more flexible and water resistant and has been used for generations of traditional leather workers.