Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Tempesta Falls



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

Tempesta Falls is one of five major waterfalls in Tallulah Gorge State Park in Georgia. There is no direct access to this waterfall, and this picture was taken from the south rim of the gorge in May, 2010.

16 comments:

Mildred said...

Such a pretty photo. I can just imagine how beautiful it was in person in May.

rainfield61 said...

Beauty in the wild.

A Lady's Life said...

The water is so clean and white.
Great shot George. :)

Small City Scenes said...

Lovely!
On my way to Ritzville last week I stopped at Snoqualmie Falls and got some pics I will post for you and Betsy. Soon. MB

Pat - Arkansas said...

What a beautiful waterfall! I do so enjoy your photos, George.

Kay said...

This is really a nice waterfall George.

Kay

Sandra said...

finally, a waterfall name that makes sense to me. it is very tempestous.. i think i hear it now

Ginny said...

That looks like a powerful fall! I think it would get a person's clothes really clean!! I'm thinking you were pretty far away and had to use a long zoom, reeally good picture!

imac said...

What a nice Fall George, you mean to say you didnt get close to it - lol.

Alan said...

That's a really dramatic photo. I love all the green.

Tammie Lee said...

so beautiful George. I like how we are looking through the greenery to the falls, as though the greenery is a window.

SKIZO said...

Excellent
work
thank you for sharing

A Brit in Tennessee said...

What awesomeness :)
One of the prettier waterfalls you've shared with us.
Hugs,
~Jo

THE OLD GEEZER said...

You got a great shot of the falls from south rim. How far away were you?

KathyA said...

Gorgeous! Did you use a zoom for this?

Pam said...

Great photo, George. Tallulah Fall is a unique place. You can wander for quite awhile up and down the trails. We enjoyed our visit there.. happy memories for me. Thanks!

be well and happy,
Pam