Waterfalls inherently need water, right? Well, maybe not.
Turns out seeing the barren gorge is quite…gorgeous. It’s an intimate glimpse of water’s power at carving a route; smoothing rock; moving tons of weight.
I truly think this visit to Watkins Glen State Park in Upstate NY was more magnificent because of the drought. It was a behind-the-scenes look at nature. We got to see the wizard behind the curtain. And it’s a direct appreciation for the immediacy and longevity of water.
When have you seen something in an altered state and thought it was lovelier?