Watery Wednesday #61: The Distant View

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Hurricane Falls, Tallulah Gorge State Park, Georgia. October 14, 2009.

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Last week I posted a couple of pictures of Hurricane Falls in Tallulah Gorge State Park, Georgia.  Those pictures (which are HERE) were taken from the base of the falls at the bottom of the gorge,  To get those pictures I had to go down (and back up) 590 steps.

After getting back up to the rim of the gorge Betsy and I hiked along the South Rim Trail.  We found an overlook that looked down on Hurricane Falls, which is where the above picture was taken.

I’m guessing we’ll go back to Tallulah Gorge since we like it so much.  Will I hike down to the base of Hurricane Falls again?  Probably.  But I will definitely stop at this South Rim Trail overlook to view the falls from this vantage point.  Closer isn’t always better!

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18 Responses to “Watery Wednesday #61: The Distant View”

  1. diane Says:

    Always love your pics of waterfalls.

  2. NCMountainwoman Says:

    It’s always hard to decide which is the best view of the falls. And you’re right…sometimes you make a very difficult hike only to find you had already taken the best pictures.

  3. Mary Says:

    When it comes to waterfalls, I imagine that a distant shot is often prettier. You guys manage to get plenty of both and lots of exercise, too!

  4. Susie Says:

    That’s a very nice pic George!

  5. quiltworks Says:

    This is wonderful! The long exposure made this waterfall even more beautiful sight!


    Gondola rides …. in Boston!

  6. Hilda Says:

    I love that rushing water! Gorgeous photo!

  7. Eileen Says:

    Another great waterfall. Wonderful photo.

  8. MaryBeth Says:

    Love that shot. You have so many waterfalls down your way. We have lots too but many are not accessible unless you are a mountain goat. MB

  9. luna miranda Says:

    you’ve captured the movement of water—great shot!

  10. Karen Says:

    Always like your falls pictures. I bet that rushing water sounds wonderful.

  11. Tricia Says:

    Bee-U-Tee-Full – Full of beauty!

  12. Cheryl Says:

    Wow-590 steps…you truly are a dedicated hiker/photographer and falls seeker!

  13. imac Says:

    Both shots are best George,lol.

  14. Becky Says:

    Beautiful George, and you had to work so hard to get it…Thanks

  15. Carletta Says:

    My 214 steps at Blackwater a couple of weeks ago don’t seem quite as hard at the moment. 🙂
    I really need practice taking shots of falling water – this is gorgeous. So glad I enlarged it.

  16. Tammie Says:

    wonderful softness in how you shot these cascading falls. Lovely

  17. Karin Says:

    Oooohhhhhh – lovely!

  18. Louise Cannon Says:

    Beautiful. And even if it wasn’t, in a place named “Tallulah,” ya gotta love it!

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