One of the beautiful things about photographing waterfalls is constant change. Visit the same location multiple times and as the water level rises and falls, new pathways form and new compositions can be found.
This image was photographed on what was probably my 10th visit to Wilson’s Falls in Bracebridge, Ontario. Calm smooth water on bottom left falls into much more furious water at the top right.
The image is abstract and represents both balance and perception.
I’ve gone back since this image was created, and the water has never flowed quite the same way over these rocks.