Dean M. Chriss
Adams Falls, Autumn, Pennsylvania
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This photograph shows the first 20 foot (6.1 meter) drop of Adam's Falls. The
water travels through a narrow chute that accelerates it to incredible speeds,
especially when the water volume is high. This has caused it to carve out a beautiful pool in the rocks. From that pool Adams
Falls drops another 10 feet into a much larger pool through two separate chutes.
Due to the angles involved it is not possible to see them and the upper part of
the waterfall simultaneously.