Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Hardy Falls



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

A waterfall near the top of a mountain often has a low water flow since the watershed is likely to be small. Mount Magazine is the highest point in Arkansas, and Hardy Falls is fairly near the top. When we visited Mount Magazine there was a fair amount of water coming down the creek which made for a pretty little waterfall.

13 comments:

Kirigalpoththa said...

That is a nice little falls in a beautiful surrounding!

rainfield61 said...

This is the first small waterfall from you.

Sandra said...

so peaceful to look at. when I enlarged i see incredible details, dead leaves, a tiny little waterfall beside the big one, colors in the water of the rocks. lots to look at here. I wonder if it ever gets to be a rushing waterfall when snow and rain melts

Sandra said...

so peaceful to look at. when I enlarged i see incredible details, dead leaves, a tiny little waterfall beside the big one, colors in the water of the rocks. lots to look at here. I wonder if it ever gets to be a rushing waterfall when snow and rain melts

Busy Bee Suz said...

So pretty....I can almost hear the water moving.

Kay said...

That's pretty. Have you seen the falls I have on my hiking blog?

Kay

Ginny said...

Such a cute, dainty fall! This would be a good waterfall for a child to play in!

Hilda said...

It may be small, but its path is quite impressive. Beautiful!

And why do I have the feeling that the water is very, very cold…

A Lady's Life said...

Gosh! you find some pretty neat spots.
I can die there. :)

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Beautiful.This looks like the perfect spot to sit a spell and just listen to the water.
Blessings,Ruth

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It's a lovely fall! Reminds me of hiking in New England.

Carletta said...

I like how it comes down in levels!
Little but beautiful!

Cheryl said...

Small waterfalls can be just as awesome as bigger ones indeed!