Monday, May 25, 2009

Brasstown Sluice



The third component of Brasstown Falls is Brasstown Sluice. I was able to get this view from the side by following a path downstream from Brasstown Veil, which I featured yesterday. Unfortunately I had no way to get around for a head-on picture of the sluice.

13 comments:

Pam said...

George, I think this side shot of the falls is a wonderful angle to enjoy the view. Well done!

Busy Bee Suz said...

Great angle...great shot!

happyone said...

Great shots - all three of them!!
I'd love to be able to hear the water too.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Actually, I LIKE this sideways view, George. It works for me. ;-)

Baron's Life said...

Great shot...very pleasant to look at

2sweetnsaxy said...

Wow. How beautiful! Great shot!

Janie said...

Nice to see where all that water goes. Beautiful photo!

SandyCarlson said...

You did a beautiful job, George. That's a wonderful photo.

Glad you liked Southford Falls. Come on up some time or use the picture or whatever. It's a neat place. Used to be a paper mill, so the falls are really an invention. and a beautiful one at that.

A Lady's Life said...

Well this way you get the rock view as well as the falls. So it is still a great shot.:)

Hilda said...

Cascade, veil, sluice — I am learning so many words to describe waterfalls from you. Love it.

Love this one too! The entire Brasstown series is beautiful!

Reader Wil said...

Falls always interest me, as we have no falls in our country. It's all very flat as you have seen. There are a few hills near the German border in the east of the Netherlands. Thanks for your visit.

Michele said...

You still achieved a wonderful shot, George. I really like this a lot. I love all the Brasstown posts you have here... absolutely stunning.

Carrizo said...

I love that water in that way photographed. It is like a veil of bride.