Lynn Camp Prong Cascades

This photograph shows a large stream cascading through the middle of the frame toward the viewer. There are three levels to the cascades as the water flows over large shelves of rock. The upper cascade is narrow and in the background with autumn foliage above it. The middle level of cascades is the widest, taking up half of the frame's width and looks more like three separate waterfalls spilling through low spots in the rock shelf. The lowest rock shelf enters the frame in the bottom right corner and slopes down and back to the base of the middle cascades. There the water collects and flows left and then spills over the far left side of the shelf into a large pool where rocks push the white current back toward the middle of the frame. Most of the rock in this image is coated with green moss and sprinkled with autumn leaves.
Streams - Rivers