Framed in the colors of early autumn.
Frozen solid during an especially cold snap.
The cows seem to enjoy grazing near it.
During the hot summer days when all life was longing for rain, the waterfall slowed down a lot. My heart nearly skipped a beat when I looked out to see our daughters walk along the edge of the falls.
During a wet season when another thunderstorm pops the waterfall turns muddy, and the water roars as it rushes on its way.
Canada geese make the swampy area behind the falls as their home. They also love walking along the edge of the falls.
As seen through the frame of rhododendron leaves from our front porch.
Fun ice sculptures formed by the misty freezing spray of the falls.
In all seasons I enjoy the changing beauty of the waterfall, and continue to take pictures of it much more than necessary.