There's "something" about an extraordinary waterfall. In many cultures, a waterfall is often used to symbolize the flow of life. It's awe-inspiring and brings out the photographer in all of us.

According to the website qz.com, scientists have found a deep biological connection in our brains when we're near water. The mere sight and sound of water can induce a flood of neurochemicals that promote wellness, increase blood flow to the brain and heart and induce relaxation.

This explains why I feel all the stress leaving my body when my wife and I back our pontoon boat out of our slip for a cruise on Candlewood Lake. I invite you to take a look at 10 of the best waterfalls Connecticut has to offer.

10 of the Best Waterfalls in Connecticut

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