Bear Rock Creek

Bear Rock Creek

Sheffield, Massachusetts.

This creek crosses the Appalachian Trail about four miles north of the Connecticut/Massachusetts border. It’s a beautiful spot although most hikers pass by it without stopping here. Just above this small waterfall are a series of pools that are great for cooling off in in summer, behind me is a large waterfall.

We were up here today digging leaves out of a drainage ditch that runs along the trail. This winter was so dry that the leaves never got washed away and are causing flooding on the trail. This is another section of the AT that I maintain so un-clogging this drainage ditch was on my list of pre-summer chores.

I took a number of shots here standing in the middle of the stream and and while I didn’t see it as I shot it, I like the right side of this image. The contrast in the rock, trees, and grass is interesting. Also, the lichen on the rock on the left didn’t stand out to me as I was shooting.

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