There is a calm tranquility which stretches from the smooth surface of the reflecting water straight up into infinity. The deep calm of eternal silences is only disturbed by the muffled roar of throbbing waterfalls as they plunge down from sheer cliffs.
There is no scenery in the world that can beat it. Not that I’ve seen the rest of the world.
I don’t need to, I’ve seen Princess Louisa Inlet.”
Erle Stanley Gardner, “Log of a Landlubber