Standing in the middle of a stream watching water rushing around, creating lines and patterns as it flows. Muskoka waterfalls are some of the most beautiful I have ever seen.

Small waterfalls are much more serene and photogenic, and their interaction with rocks become much more apparent. Every time I have viewed this particular waterfall, the amount of water flowing through it has varied. This changes the entire flow and feel of the pathways it creates.

Nearby is High Falls (a 5 minute walk), and I never spend more than a few minutes there. High Falls is far too large smooth flowing water simply becomes blobs of white with no detail.

I often take my Nature & Landscape Photography course to this location (among others), as there are a thousand different compositions to be created.

Photographed at Potts Falls near Bracebridge, Ontario.

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