Blanchard Springs Waterfalls in Arkansas - Long Exposure Landscapes

86/365: escape

v | break free from confinement or control.

rainwater falling on the ozarks has soaked into the ground for millions of years. as it moved though cracks in the limestone bedrock, it dissolved the stone and slowly widened the cracks to form blanchard springs caverns. the water remained in the caverns until surface erosion carved valleys and allowed the water to escape forming the pictured waterfall.


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