Watery Wednesday: Falls on Reems Creek

Falls on Reems Creek, Lake Louise Park, Weaverville, North Carolina. January 31, 2012.

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When we travel, Betsy and I usually check to see if there are any waterfalls in the area to which we are travelling.  We went to the Biltmore Estate in Asheville at the end of January, and searching the internet told us a waterfall in nearby Weaverville, North Carolina.  So the morning after visiting Biltmore we travelled to Weaverville before heading home.

The Falls on Reems Creek are actually caused by a dam at the site of an old mill.  But it is still a pretty sight, and we were very happy to add this to our collection.

We were planning on seeing another new waterfall on the way home, but a rockslide on Interstate 40 closed the highway, so we had to go home by a different route.  That second waterfall will have to wait until we make another trip to Asheville.

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21 Responses to “Watery Wednesday: Falls on Reems Creek”

  1. Ms. A Says:

    The lines of water have an almost fiber-optic look to them! Nice.

  2. Larry Says:

    You guys both posted beautiful falls today – you’re masters at shooting them.

  3. Ryan Says:

    Spectacular falls George, did I ever tell you of the time I took a shower under the Falls of Dochart? An exilerating experience – until the park ranger turned up and chased me out of there!!

  4. Sandra Says:

    hope you are both enjoying your valentine traveling, i saw a few comments on facebook so i know you are

  5. The Incredible Woody Says:

    Just beautiful! I have a friend that lives in Weaverville. I really should visit her:)

  6. Rose Says:

    Simply beautiful!

  7. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    This is lovely. I am sure you will see that other water fall soon and hopefully many more new ones.

  8. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    This is an impressive one, and I love the way the light is shining on it!

  9. Leovi Says:

    Nice perspective, I love this waterfall, beautiful.

  10. laveta segura Says:

    This one is so pretty. I really enjoy all your waterfall pictures.

  11. Happyone Says:

    Beautiful falls. Looks powerful!!

  12. Angela Says:

    Beautiful! Thanks for sharing. I do love your waterfall pictures!

  13. Maple Lane Says:

    This is a real beauty, George. Thanks for sharing!

  14. ladyfi Says:

    Amazing colours in this shot.

  15. Kim,USA Says:

    I love that dreamy look. ^_^

    WW

  16. MB Says:

    Beautiful waterfall no matter how it is/was created. The picture of your Dad is wonderful. I am sure he enjoyed going for a ride and just being with you. MB

  17. ewok1993 Says:

    i’m always repeating myself, but hey your waterfalls shots are beautiful.

    did you ever try bathing under the waterfalls?

  18. faye Says:

    Gorgeous water color, George. One of your commenters said fiber optics. I was thinking spun sugar. :-) Have always wanted to see the Biltmore when it snows.

  19. Carletta Says:

    Beautiful!
    Wow, it was really flowing too. I wish we could hear the water roaring over. :)

  20. Busy Bee Suz Says:

    The falls are magnificent!!!!

  21. Sartenada Says:

    I love ice blue colors of the waterfall in Your beautiful photo. Lovely!

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