Found this gem of a waterfall at Rolley Lake Provincial Park a few days ago when I was doing my "bonding with nature" routine.
This beauty is a quick 10 minute hike along an easy trail at the east end of the lake. You can hear it well before you see it. As waterfalls go it may not be the biggest, tallest or most spectacular in terms of amount of water dropping over hundreds of feet of drop-off.
But it is an amazing spot, you can image what it must have been like hundreds of years ago when the trees first started growing here. It was just bubbling and falling and doing whatever waterfalls do without having to "be" anything to impress anyone. And it's still doing the very same thing year after year.
I don't think the wild critters that come out of the forest to drink in the pool really judge whether this is a "10" on the waterfall scale. They appreciate it for what it is in and of itself. I wish humans were more like that.
I spent a long time looking and thinking ... and taking a few shots. My shots aren't spectacular, they won't win any big photo contests or stop the world presses because they are so impressive. But if I've captured a wee bit of the beauty, peace and just plain "being" from this gift of Mother Natures, then I think I have changed the world.
Every teensy bit helps!