The Great Falls of the Clear Fork of the Trinity River in Fort Worth, Texas.
Texas is not known for waterfalls. We have some historic and some very scenic rivers but the Trinity River is not one people seek out like the Rio Grande, Pedernales, Guadalupe or some of the others. The Clear Fork is not a very long river either. Running through only two counties and is about 50 miles long from its headwaters to where it joins with the West Fork in downtown Fort Worth.
It is a small river. It is also in my backyard (literally) and I often walk, bike and photograph along it.
This waterfall is on the river close to where I live and I visit this spot a regular basis.
I like finding such a neat spot in town and close to home. Over the last decade I have photographed in a variety of light, seasons, and conditions.
Here is a time I was wading in the river as some nice rain had put a nice flow over the rocks and making it a potentially good image. I set up the camera and photographed it in both color and B+W.
Here is the monochrome version which better captures the scene this day.
I need to revisit this scene again as the new view here now has a bridge crossing the river only a few yards behind the falls. My nice scene that might be mistaken for someplace wild will now be firmly pulled into the city.