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Lakeland Waterfall

"Lakeland Waterfall"
by Richard Kraus
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"At length I to a sudden turning came
In this continuous glen, where down a rock
The Stream, so ardent in its course before,
Sent forth such sallies of glad sound, that all
Which I till then had heard, appeared the voice
Of common pleasure: beast and bird, the lamb,
The shepherd's dog, the linnet and the thrush
Vied with this waterfall, and made a song,
Which, while I listened, seemed like the wild growth
Or like some natural produce of the air,
That could not cease to be."

From 'It Was an April Morning: Fresh and Clear' by William Wordsworth.
atmospheric, lake district, lakeland, landscape, landscape photography, landscapes, stream, waterfall

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