|The water's edge at Clematis Falls, Halls Gap, Victoria|
Water doesn't have its own distinctive shape like, say, a rock ledge, a cliff top or a river bank - it takes on the shape of any harder object or substance it encounters. So finding the water's 'edge' is virtually impossible because it's not really the water's edge at all – but the edge of the shape the water has filled!
But … sometimes the shape is too small to hold it so the water trickles, drips and flows its way over the edge, down ... always down.
Under the rocky bar at Clematis Falls, near Halls Gap – deep in the Victorian Grampians region – the water has risen to meet the edge. A curtain of drops makes its own magic* in the early morning sunlight as it falls to make a new shape in the pool below.
And I see the water's edge ...
|Early morning at Clematis Falls, Halls Gap, Grampians|
How exciting to participate in my first City Daily Photo Theme Day! For many different takes on the theme 'At the Water's Edge' from all around the world, click HERE!
* Magic = the setting on my camera I used to take this shot!