Watery Wednesday: Fall Branch Falls, Georgia

Fall Branch Falls, Blue Ridge, Georgia. February 13, 2012.

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

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Betsy and I keep an eye out for new waterfalls when we travel.  We usually take one or more of our waterfall books and even notes we have made as a result of internet searches for waterfalls.  I guess you could say we like to be prepared.

We planned to spend a couple of days in Hiawassee, Georgia, over Valentine Day this year, and on our way we found ourselves near Blue Ridge, Georgia.  Betsy remembered reading something about a waterfall near Blue Ridge, so she got out our book and gave me the directions to Fall Branch Falls.

Fall Branch Falls is off the beaten path, but we got to the trailhead without too much difficulty.  The hike itself was fairly short and very pleasant.  We got to the viewing platform and had this beautiful waterfall all to ourselves.  What a wonderful way to break up a trip.

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19 Responses to “Watery Wednesday: Fall Branch Falls, Georgia”

  1. Ms. A Says:

    Gorgeous!

  2. andrea Says:

    Hi George, how tall is that one? I guess being a waterfall person too, any falls will pass as lovely. When i can’t see a real one i can do with a very small one, even just a foot will do! haha!

  3. MadSnapper Says:

    you drove right by my sons house, he is 3 miles from downtown blue ridge, in copperhill, TN. did you see the sign for copperhill?

  4. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    What a gorgeous waterfall, George! You and Betsy do find the most wonderful ones to visit! Thank you for sharing them with us! Hope your week is going well! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

  5. The Incredible Woody Says:

    Such a lovely place!

  6. Pam Says:

    You two have a seventh sense when it comes to finding beautiful new waterfalls, George.

  7. Jewaicious Says:

    What a beautiful capture of motion and nature. Gorgeous.

  8. rhiebert Says:

    It would have been a shame to have missed this one.It looks lovely.

  9. dibear Says:

    Beautiful George. 🙂 I only wish you would post your photos in a larger format so I can see them better they are so lovely. Chuck and I will have to check out this waterfall. We love Blue Ridge, Ga. 🙂

  10. Ginny Says:

    This looks like a lovely, gentle fall. Some of these big gardens at Biltmore, they remind me of the Red Queen’s gardens in Alice In Wonderland. So hge and abundant and manicured!

  11. ladyfi Says:

    Another gorgeous waterfall!

  12. dayphoto Says:

    I’m so glad you liked my sunset sky the other night. You like the sky so you understand the draw. Those clouds were everywhere and such an amazing red/orange I felt I was surrounded in their light.

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

  13. busy bee suz Says:

    A lovely pit stop!!!

  14. Carletta Says:

    I like how it’s curving down the hill with the amount of water running but I also wonder what it would look like with the water covering that whole bottom area.
    Lovely George!

  15. Leovi Says:

    Wonderful photo, I love the frame. Saludos.

  16. Sartenada Says:

    Incredible beautiful photo. I stared it in bigger format for a long time and studied what I can see.

  17. diane Says:

    You sure do track down some beautiful waterfalls.

  18. Rose Says:

    This is a beauty, George!

  19. Linda G Says:

    It is a beautiful waterfall!

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