Emily demonstrates a proper display of serenity amid the rush of an unnamed falls on Middle Tensleep Creek.
Precarious is the hold and reach of this young fir.
West Tensleep Falls
Inaptly, this falls is on Middle Tensleep Creek.
Shell Falls Graced
A favorite trick of optics brings color above Shell Falls with sunlight through storm clouds laced with green.
Bucking Mule Watershed
Through the awesome power of relentless erosion a watershed is formed.
Bucking Mule Falls
Dwarfing tree and stone, Bucking Mule Falls nears 600 feet in overall height.
Porcupine Falls By Its Quills
As numerous as the quills of a procupine, the intricacies of a falls.
Then and Now
Sheer rock cliffs bracing Porcupine Falls give evidence of geologic time, the falls gives us the blink of now.
Clarks Fork Cling
A view to the falls in Clarks Fork Canyon.
Lodgepole and Fir overlook the tiered plunge of Woody Falls.
Cascades below Bridal Falls, Gallatin National Forest.
Too often is a veil the inspiration for the name of a falls. Why not Wood Grinder for this one?
The falls found the weakness, an age later we find the falls.
Undine Falls crashes over volcanic basalt and tuff.
Why I never stop chasing waterfalls: the intricacies are infinite.
A huge volcanic washboard yields more of a steep cascade than a falls.
Shoulder to Shoulder
The classic view of Tower Falls, enjoyed by so many (at the same time.)
In Her Place
Emily sizes up Lost Creek Falls.
Lower Yellowstone Falls
Iconic. Legendary. Powerful. Lower Falls of The Yellowstone River.
Alone at Lookout Point
So close to Canyon Village, so empty.
Alone at Artist Point
The secret to being alone is to go when everyone else thinks they need to be somewhere else...