There is a place near North Bay where Duchesnay Creek finds its way down the escarpment in a series of jumps.
This is one drop and landing for the water.
Yesterday I had some free time and so I visited Duchesnay Falls.
The water is lower than the last time I was there and different photographic opportunities were presented.
It is very difficult to ignore the water rushing over the rocks, but there are many other quiet encounters.
The rumble of the falls and rapids at Duchesnay is hard to ignore.
The is also great opportunity to look for quieter spots along the side of the torrent and experience some neat stuff.
The land through which the water runs adds to the whole experience.
Can you hear the rumble of the Falls?
Duchesnay Creek cascades over a mix of big and little waterfalls.
Action at the base of Duchesnay Falls.
Fast moving spring flood. Waterfall.
Duchesnay Creek runs high in the spring as the snow is melting upstream.
The Falls are powerful at this time of year.