|Bear Run, from west (looking east from the bridge).|
|The stream flows east to west, running under the bridge and under the terraces that flank the front portion of the livingroom (as well as running under that portion of the livingroom), and breaks at an angle to the left at the falls. The sound of the flowing water fills the house continually.|
Original photo, taken by the webmaster.|
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The exhilaration of clean air, the musical murmur of the brook, the restful vistas into endless greens were enhanced by the experience of Fallingwater.
- Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., Fallingwater: A Frank Lloyd Wright Country House, p. 156.
In Wright's designs and in our experience, the forested grounds and the run were as much a part of the architectural statement as was the structure.
- Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., Fallingwater: A Frank Lloyd Wright Country House, p. 160.
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