Another of my favorite spots to stop with a camera is a small waterfall in West Berlin (Vermont!). Whether the water is low or high, the pitch of the falls is steep enough to be both interesting and dangerous. The light is always tricky, often either too dark or bright sun. I’ve stopped at all times of the year and almost never been disappointed.
Here are several of the patterns created by the flowing, shallow water running over the patterns in the bedrock. Add a leaf or some moss, the ripples of a cross-current and there is a great deal to see and photograph.