Bald River Falls

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

In October of this past year Betsy and I headed to North Carolina in search of some autumn colors. Along the way we decided to stop by Bald River Falls near Tellico Plains, Tennessee. This is a beautiful waterfall we have visited several times, and we’ve never tired of seeing it.

The curtain of water falling over the rocks made beautiful patterns along the face of the falls.

Betsy added to the beauty of the falls by standing on the bridge over Bald River with the falls and vibrant autumn colors in the background.

The Tellico River was also a gorgeous sight as it flowed past its conjunction with Bald River.

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10 Responses to “Bald River Falls”

  1. kim blades, writer Says:

    Lovely photos of beautiful waterfalls and Betsy!

  2. Sartenada Says:

    I love all of Your photos and admired them in a bigger format. Betsy is wonderful Lady.

  3. dayphoto Says:

    Wow! The falls are ever so lovely. To match the lovely Betsy!

  4. rhiebert Says:

    The falls are lovely and the fall colors add to the beauty.

  5. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    This is a beautiful one. Is that moss underneath it?

  6. Betsy Adams Says:

    Beautiful Fall Colors…. That waterfall got REALLY popular (even more popular than it is normally) recently when it totally ICED over…. People came from near and far to get pictures. Granted it looked quite different in Autumn…. We had a great day there, didn’t we?

    Love,
    Wifey

  7. diane Says:

    A beautiful waterfall and bride (But don’t put her in the middle next time)

  8. Sandi Says:

    I read your tagline as “fairytale active” at first. 🙂 hey…it fits, if these photos are any indication!

  9. Jeevan Says:

    Awesome falls and the autumn colors add grace to the entire scene! Lovely posed by Betsy in front of the curtain of water fall

  10. Linda, Shenandoah Valley Says:

    Neat! And right by the road too!

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