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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.
Betsy and I usually visit waterfalls in warm weather, but there are advantages to visiting a waterfall in cold weather. In addition to flowing water, it is often possible to see ice and icicles, which give additional elements to enjoy.
This picture of Dry Falls was taken in December, 2009. Dry Falls, near Highlands, North Carolina, can be seen from an observation deck fairly near the road. In warm weather it is possible to walk behind the waterfall, but the path was closed because of ice when we took this this picture.