As you can tell, I’ve been on the road … Sunday morning I made a stop at Fallingwater, the house Frank Lloyd Wright built for the Kaufmann family in the late 1930s.

I planned on staying for an hour … I left after three, wanting to see more. Have to go back.

Wood patterns in the floor of the visitors center.

At your designated time, you’re told to start the five minute walk to the house.

Part of the waterfalls that give the house its name.

There are natural springs in many of the rock formations surrounding the house. Once you meet your guide, you’re brought on a tour of the inside that is stunningly detailed. Unfortunately, you’re not allowed to shoot any photos inside.

This is the eight bay carport.

Servants quarters were above the car ports and the guest house was behind.

A look back at the terrace off the living room.

Those stairs lead from the middle of the living room to the middle of the river. It is incredibly cool.

There is a path that leads you to the prime location to shoot the house from.