Water moves, stands still, creates and destroys.
This is the glen the Enfield Creek in the Robert H. Treman State Park has created by eroding through hundreds of feet of bedrock. It has created a home for ferns, mosses, shrubs, wildflowers and trees which cling to the edges of the gorge. The creek is relentless as the force of gravity pushes the water ever downward, slowly trimming back millimeters of rock each year.
Is water destroying, creating or just the architect of change?
This is my submission for Assignment 3: Water. Hey, I knew I was going to photograph some waterfalls so what better an assignment to post, eh? 🙂