“The stream, fed by melting snows back, is a large sized millstream, it comes over the wall on the north side of the valley, and it drops 1,542 feet the first leap, then falls 1,100 more in two or three more cascades, the entire height being over 2,600 feet! We measured it yesterday. I question if the world furnishes a parallel—certainly there is none known.”

p.405

archival inkjet print on Hahnemuhle paper

36 x 27 inches

2012

printed while in residence at Kala Art Institute