“Are you feeling anything yet?” Archie asked.
“No, not yet,” Willie said. “But it usually takes about an hour to kick in.”
Archie looked at his watch. “We got here about 45 minutes ago, so it should hit us soon, right?”
“Do you see the way the water is bouncing off the rocks?” Willie said. “It’s kaleidoscopic, dude.”
Archie started laughing. “Kaleidoscopic? Is that even a word?”
“Of course it’s a word, dude,” Willie said. “Don’t you see all of those complex patterns of colors and the diamond-shaped prisms of light? It’s a freakin’ kaleidoscope, dude.”
“Damn, Willie,” Archie said. “I think those tabs of blotter acid we each took have kicked in for you, that’s for sure.”
“Look at those ferns, dude,” Willie said. “Have you ever seen ferns that color? What color is that, anyway? Is that what they call fuchsia or tangerine or something?
“And the look at the moss on the rocks, man,” Archie said. “I see blue and green and purple. That’s really intense.”
“The waterfall is like a fireworks show,” Willie said. “Look at the explosion of colors.”
“Hey Willie, are you feeling anything yet?” Archie asked.
“You’re kidding, right?” Willie said.
Written for Sue Vincent’s Thursday Photo Prompt