Sculpture Falls in one of the most iconic places on the Barton Creek Greenbelt. This stunning image by photographer, Rob Greebon, captures a quiet moment at the falls, which often teems with swimmers when the weather is warm and the water is high.
"I much prefer to start the walk before sunrise when it is quiet and peaceful. It feels like I'm a world away from the city at sunrise when no one is around, and the only sounds are the gurgling of water flowing over the different cascades." Check out Rob's other work here.
Although they are all grown up now, Nick and Noah Schatz remember spending many happy hours on Barton Creek.
All of this area was once ranchland that was purchased by the City of Austin for public use. The water is usually safe to swim, but avoid right after a heavy rain or when the water is stagnant.