What do we think we hear?

What do you hear when you see water gushing over rocks?

I hear a rumble and roar as the lake fills and overflows after rainfall.

It gets louder and reverberates as it descends to the open mouth of the underground tunnel – the reservoir’s original draw–off point over a century ago.

Yet here’s the thing. It isn’t the water alone that makes the sound.

Water doesn’t have a voice by itself when it is still.

It’s the soundwaves created by the water moving with high energy, pounding the rock and cascading onto itself, trapping air as it tumbles.

Interesting, don’t you think…

Pause. See differently. Re-story 🌿