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"We walked into the woods and made our way down a steep path. There, at the end of the trail, waterfalls, chutes, and pools stretched as far as the eye could see.  

With the whole place to ourselves, we spend the afternoon scrambling over mossy rocks from one fall to the next. The rocks were shaped by the water’s pounding and sculpted into countless delicate contours.  

Here, I saw water-carved arches; there, swirling eddies hollowed small caves.  

Everywhere, in the patterns and shapes of rock, water, and erupting foam I clearly saw the line and flow of Bill’s work."

from Exploring America's Scenic Highway's, National Geographic for all inquiries e-mail or call 802.229.9492 (Artisans Hand Gallery)

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