Monday, April 18, 2011
The spring rains and melting snow have swollen the Sydenham river. Here you can see the lip of the river just before it drops hundreds of feet into the valley it's carved from the limestone rock.
The roar of sound is almost deafening as the water surges and boils through the small opening and then plunges over the cliff to continue rushing through the valley out to the Bay.
Thundering off the brink.
And heading away to the lake. Truly an awesome
example of nature's power.