Waterfalls, Force of nature — 20 Comments

  1. A gorgeous waterfall. Glacier National Park is a beautiful place.. Have a happy day!

  2. That was a wonderful idea to include this painting… if I close my eyes I can hear the falls and I can see the Native Americans…. thanks for a great tour to a beautiful place and for a great look o history.
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  3. I love waterfalls too, from huge roaring ones to little trickling ones. That painting by your friend is amazing. I love the awe he captured in the Native Americans. Beautiful post.
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  4. Hi mary, I am late this morning but these are such a refreshing welcome at this stressful time of final exams! Thank you. Anita

  5. I, too, love waterfalls. Hiking along and listening to the water tumble is so pleasing, whether it is a tiny fall or a gusher. We did a short trail along a stream the other day and there were several very tiny falls but they still had there own big sound:) Love your beautiful photos!
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  6. I love them too, the sound is mesmerizing. I’m heading out West this summer, looking forward to seeing some ‘real’ falls, not the wimpy ones around here.
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  7. The most impressive waterfalls around here are when they freeze. The rest of the year, they are just a trickle, but I admit to loving them, too. When we were in Colorado, I really fell in love with the ones they have there and pretty much decided that nothing in our corner of the world can compare!
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