For those of you caught in the searing summer heat, this ice cold waterfall on Spring Creek near Bend, Oregon, may bring you a moment of relief. It is small, secluded, and, to my knowledge, has no name. The falls spills crystal clear water onto smooth sparkling rocks and into a lovely pool at its base before flowing on, almost hidden, under the canopy of fragrant fir trees. Photos project light, but sound must be added by the viewer's imagination. In this case, the tumbling torrent of silvery droplets drenches rhythmically the space of the adjacent moss, needles, branches and trunks with a pleasant shushing tone. Its undertone whispers to cool yourself in its freshness any way you want.