- having a truck that will get us down Forest Service roads that are steep and bumpy
- natural springs
- turning leaves
- a fun afternoon stop with my son
On the way home from my dad’s, we stopped at a place I love. We hadn’t been there since we took my parents to see it, four years ago. My gosh, it was so good to go back.
It’s called Falling Springs and I’ve written about it before. It’s nine miles south of Winona, Missouri, on highway 19, then off on some old rickety rock road.
There are a lot of natural springs around here and they are all absolutely stunning. This one is pretty unique because there’s an old log cabin homestead there, too.
It’s very peaceful there. Some people came, but after they left, we had the place to ourselves.
I was reminded about why I love photography so much. Varying where we stand, can completely change the picture.
For instance, this first photograph is from the front of the mill’s water wheel. The second one, is from the back of the mill.
Two cool pictures of the same thing.
One of my favorite pictures for the day~
And, the waterfall. It’s stunning.
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