Recent rain water pooling on a leaf.
My next stop would be Yatesville Falls, an impressive 35 foot waterfall in the middle of nowhere, just a little further south and east in Montgomery County. The access road is marked by a State Forest sign on rural Anderson Road near the tiny hamlet of Rural Grove.
I headed further east for my last stop of the day at 120 acre Christman Sanctuary in the town of Duanesburg, along the banks of the Bozen Kill.
A field of wildflowers along the trail.
There are many small cascades throughout the preserve, especially after the recent rains.
The main falls is a 30 foot drop on the Bozen Kill which drops into a very large pool. A lean to is also found next to the pool.
Really enjoyed getting out exploring several different spots in the Mohawk Valley west of Albany. The recent rainy weather really helped provide picturesque falls and cascades at my three stops. Walked about three miles total for the day.