Chasing Waterfalls

Waterfalls are beautiful any time of year. But here in Vermont, when the snows start to melt, they are truly something to behold.


The sound of rushing water has always been a soothing balm to my soul.

In the spring, the water almost roars as it cascades down rivers and streams. There is an underlying excitement as everything thaws.

It overflows and spreads. Washing away the dirt and grime from sanding and salting. It feeds the riverbanks so that tender green things can grow. It fills the ponds and lakes with sediments and nutrients. It creates new paths and oxbows that birth with new life.

I like to chase these waterfalls and capture them at their peak of glory.


So I can listen to them singing in celebration.


Spring is here!

8 thoughts on “Chasing Waterfalls

  1. The colors are so ‘alive’ from different reflections of nature surrounding the rushing waters. I like the green glow to the photo looking down a crevice. Wonderful and lifts up my spirits, so much!

      • Gren water and greens in Spring go together, you are so right, Tracy! Emeralds, new spring greens and someone recently used ‘electric’ green in a post… all so beautiful.

      • And it’s my favorite color too! I hope there is lots of green out your way now and lots of other colors too as the earth blooms! Hugs!!

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