By C. F. Lawrenson
The sound of water gently falling over rocks, in a brook or creek, has always been very soothing to me. I am sure it is soothing to a lot of other people as well, and that is probably why the famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, designed the house over falling water for the Kaufmann family. I love to be in places like this spot, along Stony Fork Creek south of Wellsboro, PA, and just listen to the gurgling noise of steady but gentle white water as gravity pulls it over and around the rocks on its journey to the sea. I listen to the rhythmic music of the tumbling water while studying the patterns within it, and taking in the surrounding landscape that benefits from the water, while keeping it on its path.