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 Along Hyalite creek, from the trailhead to Hyalite Lake, this watercolor represents the space between the trail and the creek. 
  The intervention at Grotto Falls enables a close and personal experience to the changing state of water. During the spring and summer the intervention would flood with the rushing snow melt, during the winter it would serve as a framework for ice formations. The space provides a unique experience of viewing the creek at eye level and below while descending into the space.
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  At Arch Falls users are pulled off the trail with a series of emerging and cascading platforms crossing the space in-between until users are cantilevered directly over the falls.
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  At Canyon View users are removed from the creek by a vertical distance. The intervention brings one out horizontally above the creek at the same elevation. The vertical slats on the side remove the view of the creek shifting the focus to the sound.
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