Sunday, August 30, 2009

Cheoah Falls



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

A waterfall doesn't have to be huge or well-known in order to be attractive. We came upon this beauty just across the state line in North Carolina.

14 comments:

Sunny said...

I think you collect waterfalls like I collect barns! This one is lovely.
Enjoy your day.
Sunny :)

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

A beautiful falls. I like the way you take some of these pictures,showing the movement of the water.I can almost hear it.
Blessings,Ruth

rainfield61 said...

What a good saying, a waterfall doesn't have to be huge or well-known in order to be attractive.

Sharon said...

This is a nice one. I like the way the water zigzags on its way down.

happyone said...

That is so cool. I love how the water finds its way down.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Beautiful capture!

Busy Bee Suz said...

Quite a beauty!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I clicked on the photo to get a better look and it is indeed an excellent waterfall.

mountain.mama said...

I think just about any waterfall is a good one! I like the water effects in the picture you took of this one.

And wow, congratulations to your dad on turning 97!!

Tammie Lee said...

Such a pretty waterfall. Water falls are always changing. More water, less water = a new path to flow, a bit like life.

Anna said...

George, and it is real beauty. Excellent photo. Thanks for sharing. BTW thank you for visiting my blog. Anna :)

Cheryl /Ashton said...

Gorgeous waterfall, almost feel the mist from it!

david mcmahon said...

The angles of the water are hypnotic. Great shot, George.

Hilda said...

I completely agree with you. This cascade is sheer and delicate, and the rocks are gorgeous!