As you know from some of my previous posts, back in the Springtime I went on a little tour through the Texas Hill Country in search of wildflowers. I had some good success and hope to do that again next year. I think this year I was about 1 week early - I still got some good shots but boy did the flowers just explode a little while after I went! Anyways, while I was there I passed through a little town called Llano. In a previous post I showed their big bridge which crosses over the Llano River. While I was down around the base of the bridge, I noticed this waterfall that was spilling over the little dam. This isn't your "oh my gosh would you look at that" type of waterfall, with a huge drop zone and crashing water flying everywhere, but rather it's a bit more subdued and gentle. The thing I like most about it is all the naturally occuring pink granite that it's flowing over. The colors of the moss combined with the pink granite and blue sky were a color combo I could not pass up!