Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Falls on Reems Creek



(This picture can be enlarged by clicking on it. Clicking a second time will make it full-sized.)

When we were in North Carolina at the end of January, Betsy and I visited the Falls on Reems Creek in Weaverville, North Carolina. The falls is caused by a dam at an old mill site, but with something this beautiful, who cares how it came into being?

33 comments:

Maple Lane said...

Beautiful shot, George!

Reader Wil said...

Great impressive fall! I am still in Israel and enjoying my trip! Thank you.

♥●• İzdihër •●♥ said...

It is really beautiful.

Ms. A said...

It looks like batches of filament line.

Pam said...

I would suggested you two continue to visit as many falls as you can find and share the beauty you see with us.

Thanks George, I love how you captured the water spilling over the rocks.
cheers :)

Krishna said...

hi george

excellent photo shot

thanks for sharing

Jeevan said...

Wow! The water falls resemble nylon threads gazing near. Lovely take :)

Sandra said...

so pretty and this one looks really powerful

momto8 said...

isn't this just so beautiful! I can hear it in your picture!!
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Team G Square said...

Lovely ..........

Happyone said...

That is beautiful! Looks so powerful!!

Linnea said...

Wow! This one is GORGEOUS! Love the movement you've captured. You should put together a calendar of all your waterfalls!

L. D. Burgus said...

It is a wonderful shot. The water seems to be plentiful as it flows over the ledge.

Kay said...

Beautiful photograph George.

Small City Scenes said...

It is a beautiful falls and I can feel the mist on my face. Oh maybe it is just the rain out here. LOL Actually today is crisp and sunny. YAY!! MB

Leovi said...

Excellent waterfall, I like this beautiful textures of moving water. Greetings.

Carletta said...

Excellent shot George! You captured the light on this waterfall beautifully!

jewaicious said...

How stunning, with wonderful motion and tones. I can hear the water gliding down.

Giga said...

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LV said...

Since you are such a adventurous person, I hope you never slip in one of those falls.

A Lady's Life said...

Oh yes these are beautiful falls.So enjoyable to behold!!!. :)

Chatty Crone said...

I love the color of the water in the waterfall - is it that blue or is it the reflection of the sun. sandie

Marie said...

Gorgeous photo! Gorgeous falls!

Thanks for your comment on my post...I do hope you can get back to Ireland. I know you and Betsy would love it! Don't know where any waterfalls are there, but I am sure they have some! :-)

troutbirder said...

I really enjoyed the redbuds. The color reminded of our red crabapples... :)

Indrani said...

Gorgeous sight.

Tiago Braga said...

amazing water effect!

Marie said...

I promise I will keep any snow here. :-) But, I actually am hoping that's the end of it for us.

Sey said...

At first glanced I knew it was created by a dam. We have the same here and maybe that made me recognize the likeness. But yes, who cares how it came to being.

Neal said...

Beautiful. I like the way you slowed the shutter speed so it gives it that different look.

teri said...

WOW!! just WOW!!!

teri said...

sent you a little blog love over at my place... thanks for all the kind comments- and all your great photos.

EG CameraGirl said...

Gorgeous falls!

SandyCarlson said...

Beautiful composition, George!