I first found this waterfall years ago while exploring Crawford Notch one fall afternoon, but fallen trees from previous storms had mostly blocked the upper cascades from view. The next spring, I got permission to go and clear these trees, but all we had was hand saws. Standing in freezing cold water and trying to cut a handful of fallen trees was really, really not fun- but the results were worth it! I made a handful of trips back over the following years, always looking at how this birch tree leaning over the brook framed the waterfall, but it wasn't until the summer of 2017 that conditions finally lined up perfectly. Crawford Notch State Park, New Hampshire.
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