Greenbank’s Hollow is a lovely spot in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, full of history and the timelessness of water running over rock. On a summer day the middle of the stream is a beautiful place to stand and photograph both the water….
…and the rocks. Sometimes I not sure where the water ends and the rocks begin.
This time of year the water is usually noisy but not impossible, as it can be after a storm or in Spring runoff. No matter the shutter speed (1/125th and 1/2500th), I’m entranced.
Add motion and I simply disappear into the place!