This image was taken in Forest Quarter, the northwest region of the Austrian state of Lower Austria. Geologically it is a part of the Bohemian Massif. It was an overcast day in spring, when my wife and I were hiking along the Kamp, a river in northern Austria. When we arrived at the Hollfall, a waterfall with numerous little cascades, we took a rest in this remote area, watching the interplay of water and moss covered granite rocks. The multidirectional flow was especially appealing to me.
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