Watery Wednesday: Rutledge Falls

Rutledge Falls, Tullahoma, Tennessee. January 19, 2012.

(Note:  All pictures may be enlarged by clicking on them once or twice.)

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After visiting Dad last week in Tullahoma, Betsy and I decided to swing by Rutledge Falls on our way home.  We had been there a couple of years ago, but thought since we’ve had a pretty wet year that there might be more water this time.  We were right.

Rutledge Falls is on private property, but the owners have made it accessible to the public.  We are thankful that they are willing to share this beauty with us.

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23 Responses to “Watery Wednesday: Rutledge Falls”

  1. Maple Lane Says:

    Very pretty falls, George!

  2. Larry Says:

    The falls are really pretty and it’s nice the owner makes viewing available

  3. Reader Wil Says:

    As I told you before, I am envious of your beautiful waterfalls! We have none of them in this flat country. Your photo expresses a lot of power! Thank you! Have a great week together with Betsy, George! Thanks for your visit and comment.
    Wil, ABC Wednesday team.

  4. Ms. A Says:

    More watery stairways. Love it!

  5. diane Says:

    They are just beautiful and how good is it that the property owners allow visitors. Great community spirit.

  6. Sandra Says:

    this one is one i would really really like to see. i love it

  7. Cecilia Artista, Spain Says:

    Beautiful waterfall!

  8. Andrea Says:

    Yes, i think i’ve read Rutlege in either yours or Betsy’s, but still i love to see it again. I love the wide falls and the slight cascade. How i wish there are more falls nearby, or have more time to be near them.

  9. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    I do love your waterfall captures, George! This one is just gorgeous! You and Betsy do have some wonderful trips! Thanks for sharing the beauty!

    Sylvia

  10. Rose Says:

    I always think some of these places you show look like wonderful places to fish…

  11. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    This is a really nice one, wide and low. I imagine it would have been easy to get real close.

  12. Happyone Says:

    Nice of the people to let others on their land to enjoy this beautiful waterfall.

  13. Hamilton Says:

    Imagine having your own private waterfall. Especially one as big and gorgeous as this one.

  14. Kim,USA Says:

    That’s beautiful. Do you think it’s also frozen now?

    Watery Wednesday

  15. faye Says:

    Didn’t need you caption to know that this was a winter shot–it looks cold. Amazing how the falls break at such regular intervals–like over steps. I scrolled down to previous posts and was tickled to see that you’d visited Kentucky. I grew up in that part of the state. Did your stay at the Natural Bridge State lodge?

  16. Tanya Says:

    i love that the owners keep this open for visitors, what beautiful falls!

  17. Judy Says:

    George, I love all the little steps in that falls!!!

  18. dayphoto Says:

    Your weather looks wonderful for hiking!!!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com

  19. Ewok Says:

    oh man another beauty. i’d like to take a peek at your waterfalls collection 🙂

  20. Carletta Says:

    Oh my, someone can call this beautiful falls their own – how wonderful would that be. Wish it was me. 🙂
    This is beautiful George!

  21. ladyfi Says:

    Wow – those falls are absolutely gorgeous!

  22. Sartenada Says:

    You have the magic touch to photograph falls! Lovely photo.

  23. Leovi Says:

    WOW! Magnificent waterfall, beautiful picture.

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