Little Waterfall

The town of Colombier, nestled in the valley on the western side of the central mountains was the breadbasket of Saint Martin. Here the runoff from the hills is sheltered from the prevailing winds that keep the eastern side of the island drier. And, of course, there’s been plenty of rain lately, so the area is lush, green and damp.

Just past town, heading up into the hills, there is a small, but charming waterfall where the stream flies over a mossy rock face. It’s the perfect place to stop for a moment and wonder what other little treasures are waiting to be found on St. Martin. See it in the photos below, along with various critters making the most of the rainy season.

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