Hog's Back Falls offers good views on both sides. The water is low at the moment, but looks different in other seasons.
Crossing over the bridge gives different views of the ravine.
Here on the east side, I noticed a couple of ducks perched along one of the waterways.
That ravine is very pretty. I'd expect the geology here is quite interesting. Those falls are wonderful.ReplyDelete
The falls are lovely!ReplyDelete
Beautiful waterfall views. Looking at the photos, I feel like I can hear the sound of the waterfalls. Very refreshing! Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Those falls photos are outstanding. They probably sound incredible when you pass them.ReplyDelete
Early morning or late afternoon William? The light is lovely in these shots.. nice walk you had there!ReplyDelete
Falls are always so soothing to watch, aren't they? It's looking rather autumnish in your world. Yes, here too.. I'm just in denial. ;)ReplyDelete
The falls are beautiful! (I really love the fifth photo, too.)ReplyDelete
Great views of the falls. I wonder how many people take the time to look at the falls from different angles?ReplyDelete
Ahhh, those waterfalls. What a great, Zen way to start the day. How close to downtown are they?ReplyDelete
Wow, so pretty. Even with the water low.ReplyDelete
seems like a relaxing spot to listen to water.ReplyDelete
Great shots of the falls, and I love the rays of sunshine.ReplyDelete
Beautiful colours and light in your photos!ReplyDelete
Lovely with the sunbeams.ReplyDelete
@Kay: it's a ravine with character.ReplyDelete
@Linda: yes they are.
@Bill: they make a lot of noise.
@Grace: late afternoon. I've never come here in morning.
@Hilary: and yet most of the fall colours haven't shown themselves yet. I think the late afternoon light has that effect.
@Red: I know I always do.
@Janis: they're a few kilometres away. Going by river adds to that, since the river winds its way through the city.
@Whisk: I agree!
@Tex: that it is.
@Linda: thank you.
The ducks could go for a nice ride in that fast water! ;-)ReplyDelete
now that is a super cool place, i love the 1st 2 shots. nice!! way cool. looks very peaceful there. ( :ReplyDelete
Such a pretty parade of little waterfalls. Love the second view in particular.ReplyDelete
Fabulous rays of light!ReplyDelete
Everyone loves waterfalls. We always took our guests to see the Snoqualmie River Falls. It was never the same. One of the few things I loved about Washington.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos. I love the magic of waterfalls.ReplyDelete
I love waterfalls. And the light in your last shots is perfect.ReplyDelete
@RedPat: they seem quite comfortable in the water. Of course, they can just fly away if they slip!ReplyDelete
@Gemma: as do I.
@Mari: I can never get tired of waterfalls.
@Debs: thanks! Me too.
@Halcyon: thank you!
It is terribly low water. I'm still being frugal with our well water.ReplyDelete
BTW Lanark County rock is awfully boring grey limestone.
It's been a very dry summer.Delete