After a rough night in the hospital with my son (tonsils are out but the pain meds made him sick to his stomach), I’m ready to look at something relaxing and calming!
A while ago, I posted a picture of a waterfall that we encountered just north of where we live, but it was only one of seven waterfalls we saw as we spent a couple of weekends one summer doing the Grey County Waterfall Tour. This particular one is called Jones Falls, and it can be seen from the Bruce Trail, or glimpsed from Highway 21 heading west from Owen Sound, Ontario. Jones Falls cascades 12 metres over the Niagara Escarpment, and a one-kilometre walking trail leads through the Pottawatomi Conservation Area to the falls. As I quickly found out, it is another spot that offers year-round splendour for photographers.
In this shot, I particularly like how the trees act as a frame for the waterfall, and even though I truly don’t know what I’m doing, this is straight out of the camera – no editing!!