Friday, July 24, 2009

Indian Creek Falls


(This picture can be enlarged by clicking on it.)

Since Betsy and I were in the Smokies yesterday, I decided to share this waterfall with you today. Indian Creek Falls is one of the lesser-known falls in the Smokies. It's in the Deep Creek area on the North Carolina side of the park.

14 comments:

Kirigalpoththa said...

Very beautiful!

Busy Bee Suz said...

So pretty, unknown or not!

Jenn Jilks said...

You really get around I pretty much stick close to home. Glad you can take us out for walkies! My Muskoka gives me photo ops, too!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Another lovely falls, George. I'm surprised it's a lesser-known one. Must be you have a super abundance in your part of the South. ;-)

rainfield61 said...

A scenic waterfall to be visited. A lesser-known one maybe a blessing. It must be then very quite and peaceful.

happyone said...

Another beautiful waterfall!!!

Chris said...

Hi George, I found you through Happyone. I am also retired and like wandering around our part of the world. Your waterfall is lovely,as are your roses

Janie said...

Another beautiful waterfall! You and Betsy are the experts at finding them.

Shellmo said...

Very beautiful! Looks like a gently sloping waterfall!

Sharon said...

You could write a book on all the waterfalls you have seen! Beautiful!

SandyCarlson said...

I love the abundance of water. Lovely shot.

Hilda said...

If I didn't know those rocks are rough, I'd say that it'll make for a perfect water slide!

Baron's Life said...

Did you take this shot?
great...!

Carletta said...

I think I've been here George. We spent some time in the Deep Creek area a few years ago. Without my old photos to look at I can't be positive (floppy disc). Ugh. :)
You are so lucky to be so close to so much beauty.