Watery Wednesday # 61: Woodfin Cascade

Woodfin Cascade, Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina. October 25, 2009.

This is my post for Watery Wednesday.  To see more of our beautiful watery world, or to join and post your own pictures to share, click HERE.

As you  know, Betsy and I collect waterfalls.  What’s more, we both enjoy the colors of autumn when we can find them.  Last month we were able to enjoy both when we drove along the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina.

The picture above was taken at the Mount Lyn Lowry overlook on the parkway.  The waterfall is Woodfin Cascade, and although we had to view it from across a valley, we could see it well enough to know that it was a pretty falls especially amid what was left of the of the fall colors.

Woodfin Cascade was the 356th waterfall in our collection.

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22 Responses to “Watery Wednesday # 61: Woodfin Cascade”

  1. Carletta Says:

    Wow George – gorgeous fall foliage to highlight the cascades!

  2. Hilda Says:

    I almost didn’t notice the waterfall for the glorious color!
    Whoo hoo! Just nine more and you’ll have a full year’s collection! You should make a daily calendar with your beautiful photos.

  3. Christina, Sweden Says:

    wonderful autumn colors!
    We all collect different kind of photos. I have a collection of dog signs from all over the world. there are lost aof them, some fun and some aggressive. Amazing to have som many waterfalls documented.

  4. Suz Says:

    What a beautiful waterfall amongst the orange and red!

  5. JennJilks Says:

    Great shot!

    BTW
    I think I am about done with WW! I seem to have enough topics as it is. It is usually late. And I feel silly posting when the main page isn’t up!

  6. Susie Says:

    That’s a pretty pic George! Love the reds and oranges.

  7. Karen Says:

    A beautiful picture with the falls nestled in all that color.!!

  8. Judy Says:

    George, I love the water almost hidden by the beautiful foliage!!!
    And you still have roses blooming!

  9. Will Says:

    Beautiful photo! The foliage is gorgeous and that is such a lovely falls.

  10. J Bar Says:

    Such colourful scenery.
    Sydney – City and Suburbs

  11. Eve Says:

    Wow – the colors of the trees are so vibrant, I nearly missed seeing the waterfall! What a lovely scene!
    You collect waterfalls? You must have a really big house! 😉 Just teasing – my husband and I do as well. We really enjoy visiting and photographing waterfalls – they are so energetic, and peaceful at the same time.

  12. arabtrail Says:

    Wow, the colors are gorgeous. Add the waterfall, and you have the perfect scene.

  13. Eileen Says:

    Another great waterfall, I love the autumn colors. Very pretty.

  14. Cheryl Says:

    Wow-356 waterfalls! This one is spectacular and the colors surrounding it as well.

  15. MaryBeth Says:

    A beautiful cascade tucked among the lovely fall colors. Thanks for another excellent photo. MB

  16. Pam Says:

    You have an amazing collection, George. I told Betsy you two should do a book about waterfalls. You probably have the best collection in the country.

  17. luna miranda Says:

    the vibrant colors are simply spectacular! i almost missed the waterfall.:p

  18. imac Says:

    Great shot and beauty in the colours George.

  19. Rose Says:

    What a beautiful shot! Love those colors.

  20. Leedra Says:

    Color and waterfall together? What more could we ask for, especially when sharing it with the love of your life.

  21. Louise Cannon Says:

    W.O.W!!!!! What an amazing thing to see!

  22. storyteller at Small Reflections Says:

    Ohmygosh … THAT is a spectacular view indeed!!! Just beautiful 😉
    Hugs and blessings,

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