Saturday, August 15, 2009

Upper Nebo Falls



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

It was very warm here on the Plateau on Friday, and the fact that I had a lot of yard work to do made it even warmer. So, in an effort to at least feel cooler, I looked through some of the pictures I took back in March when we visited Mount Nebo in Arkansas. This is a picture of Upper Nebo Fall, and if you look closely you can see ice on the pine needles. The picture was taken after an ice storm on the mountain.

15 comments:

Your EG Tour Guide said...

How smart of you to post a waterfall photo to help us all cool down. ;-)

SandyCarlson said...

That cools me off, too. George. Summer has finally come to Connecticut, so I really appreciate this cool water!

Sharodindu said...

Second waterfaal i came across today so far...great photo. the first one was from Sri Lanka...that was very nice too...thanks for sharing.

In this independence day of India, I wish you all the very best!

Regards,
Sharodindu
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Cheryl /Ashton said...

How nice of you to post a "cool" photo such as this one today. Summer heat has arrived in Maine today and the photo is perfect!

Chris said...

What a fantastic place George, the ice on the pines gives a magical effect.

Sunny said...

I love waterfalls. It's so hot here today, thanks for the ice! It's a wonderful picture.
Sunny :)
P.S. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I usually do use cloth bags but I had left them in the garage! Duh!

Janie said...

Beautiful! The ice on the pine needles is cool - in more ways than one!

José Ramón said...

A very interesting Greetings Blog

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Oh that helps to cool things down.Thanks.

Busy Bee Suz said...

This is gorgeous. LOVE the new header. :)

Hilda said...

A very cooling photo indeed. The pine looks wonderful with ice crystals!

Kirigalpoththa said...

Small but interesting fall in a very cool place!

Carina Felice said...

so lovely photo....congratulations!:)

Babli said...

Absolutely mind-blowing.

Carrizo said...

Also I love in this photo those stones, they are great.