Here is Rainbow Falls at Ausable Chasm in Keeseville, New York.
Here is an underside view from behind one the drops at Great Falls in Falls Village, Connecticut.
Close up shot of one of the many drops at Kent Falls in Kent, Connecticut.
Here is an early Spring shot of the bottom of Kent Falls in Kent, Connecticut.
Here is the last and biggest drop at Buttermilk Falls in Terryville, Connecticut. This was taken back in December 2013.
These falls are just hundreds of feet north of the Connecticut border into Massachusetts.
This are is about half way down a series of waterfalls at Buttermilk Falls in Terryville, Connecticut.
This is the view from the bottom of the falls in Falls Village, Connecticut.
Great Falls in Falls Village, Connecticut has a series of falls. This is one of the narrower ones so the water is really squeezed through.
Here is Kent Falls in Kent, Connecticut. This was taken on January 4th, 2014 where it had gotten as cold as 8 below zero. The ice was probably thick enough to walk on.
Buttermilk Falls is a set of waterfalls in Terryville, Connecticut. Shown here is near the top. The bottom of the falls has the largest drop of about 30 or so feet (I’m guessing).
Stone Church is a cave-like structure with a stream and waterfall running through it. It’s located in Dover, New York.
Here is the upper and lower Campbell Falls. This was a longer exposure which highlights the flow of the water.
Campbell Falls is located Campbell Falls State Park. The park is located in the northern tip of Norfolk, Connecticut, but the falls themselves lie a few hundred yards into Massachusetts.
A side shot of Bash Bish Falls in Mount Washington, Massachusetts.
Great Falls in Fall’s Village (part of Canaan), Connecticut. This is the view from above the lower falls.
Great Falls in Fall’s Village (part of Canaan), Connecticut. Here is a close up of the upper falls.
Fisheye lens (8mm) view of Bash Bish Falls.