Friday, September 10, 2010

Lost Creek Falls



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

I can't resist posting pictures of Betsy taken on some of our hike -- it's just too bad that some old guy is with her in some of the pictures. This picture was taken back in 2006 at Lost Creek Falls here in Tennessee. Lost Creek gets its name from the fact that it disappears underground about a mile from this waterfall, emerges from a cave at the top of this descent, and then disappears underground again just to the right of the pool shown.

31 comments:

Mildred said...

That's a great picture. Looks like a beautiful place to hike.

Sandra said...

at least you were LOST together at lost Creek falls. yet another romantic name and also romantic photo.

Sandra said...

at least you were LOST together at lost Creek falls. yet another romantic name and also romantic photo.

Happyone :-) said...

It's nice to see a picture of both of you! :-)

Ginny said...

Interesting story about this unusual falls. You and Betsy have showers of blessings raining down on your heads!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Lovely picture.The two of you make a great couple.
Blessings,Ruth

Craver Vii said...

She's holding a stick in her hands. Is that for you? ;-)

A Lady's Life said...

Well this dude looks a little shy standing beside his beautiful bride.lol
You both make a lovely couple standing beside the falls.:)

Jen said...

Nice looking couple and we know you two are lost in love.

teca said...
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teca said...

Ah ... Betsy is a charm! Leave the old guy over there ... ;)

Kisses.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

I love seeing photos of both of you...especially together...in front of a beautiful waterfall!!!

bertN said...

You both looked good and very happy. I bet when you both said "I do" you knew you can't do any better.

LV said...

I am sure you could have stayed out the picture, but that old guy goes real well with that lady.

Ruthi said...

the Lost Creek seems to be an interesting place to visit.

misslynda said...

It's obvious you enjoy your time together. Do you find you cherish your time with her more now than in early years when life was busier? My husband and I are recognizing that aspect.

Janie said...

That's a cute photo of you and Betsy. Interesting that Lost Creek "disappears."

Indrani said...

Lovely capture! The back drop is great.

Kirigalpoththa said...

I like that name. Excellent location!

Debbie Smith said...

Interesting fact, George! And of course I LOVE the waterfall, wherever it may go!!
You two are just so darn cute!
Have a fabulous weekend!

KathyA said...

Not "some old guy" -- but some handsome man!!!
Love the waterfall, too.

Elettra said...

I find you lovely

Reader Wil said...

Waterfalls are always fascinating and so are caves. Do you also explore caves? In Wales we saw some of them.
Thanks for your comment.

rainfield61 said...

I am glad both of you never get lost at Lost Creek Falls.

SandyCarlson said...

That's a great photo. Water is amazing the way it finds its way where we would least expect it. It's fun. There are many underground rivers here. I would love to be a small fish and find my way in and out, up and down.

Carletta said...

Craver is so funny. :)
That water is so clear - I'd want to wade around.
You're not old George. Just consider yourself to be like a fine wine - well aged!

dot said...

Cute picture. When I see a water fall I always think of you two.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

What a great waterfall !
Love it's name too, it's one of the prettier falls with crystal clear water.
So who took the photo ;)

EG Wow said...

How interesting that the creek flows underground and only reveals itself for a little way on its journey. I bet it was a big surprise for the first humans who discovered it.

Cheryl said...

Its a great photo of both of you! I am in awe of all the waterfalls you two have discovered!

Sunny said...

Lovely picture of you both :)
☼ Sunny