One of the great things about traveling randomly is that sometimes you get surprised by things that everybody else already know about. Case in point: Williamsport, Indiana. In April of 2009 I was randomly wandering around Williamsport. It was, after all, another point on the map that I hadn’t photographed. As I wandered through town I heard the most bizarre susurration and thought to myself, “That sounds like a waterfall… but this is Northern Indiana… and we don’t HAVE those here.” So imagine my surprise when I turned a corner and found one.
Apparently the falls were much bigger and more consistent at one time, but now they are at times entirely dry. This spot is a great example of the surprises to be found by simple random wandering. Or, if you choose to look at it differently, the bliss of ignorance for those determined enough to hang on to it.