Friday, December 26, 2008

It is a very mini waterfall

It is really a very mini waterfall I do come across. It locates somewhere on my mountain trail. It does not exhibit the greatness of the famous waterfalls around us. But everything, be it huge or tiny, must have its own value. This waterfall is always one of my landmarks along the mountain trek.

I keep waiting for raining day before I can take the picture of this mini waterfall. It "runs out of water" currently. Anyhow, raining day cannot be predicted, although it rained very heavily at the beginning of December. May be I shall only be able to show off its "energy and power" later.

But then, this is only the view on up-stream. Big river originates from small streams.

As it is so small, I do not have the feeling that water is really rushing down. However, it does create some musics, I can listen everytime before I make a turn on my climbing. It is always there waiting for me.

Usually, veterans keep fast pace to finish the trekking. Newcomers on the other way always busy at finding their next breath. I do not know whether anybody has ever stopped over beside this tiny waterfall. If some of the fellow hikers happen to read my write-up, "Oh! I have seen this somewhere. This is the first close-up look I ever have", they might say.

I am glad to contribute my little effort to this.
Though little, everything starts from small.


WiseAcre said...

I like that. Music of a small falls instead of the roar of a large one. Peaceful instead of riotous.

rainfield61 said...

WiseAcre, I consider this as a solo, instead of orchestra. A very simple solo.

roentarre said...

I do many mini waterfalls like this one. However, I think mini waterfalls have their own beauty and more unique to a hidden local treasure.

You herad of "God of small things"?

rainfield61 said...

Roentarre, this is a good book.

"He was suddenly happy.Things will get worse, he thought to himself. Then better"

Ratty said...

Mini waterfalls are great! I stop and look at the small ones whenever I walk by. I also love the sounds they make. These are the source of life.

Stephanie said...

Small waterfalls sometimes bring the most joy. It is all energy!

•°°• IcyBC •°°• said...

And just think, you have this mini waterfall all to yourself. How amazing is that?