Glassmine Falls from the Blue Ridge Parkway (clouds Spring sky waterfalls ). Photo by CecileWNC
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Glassmine Falls from the Blue Ridge Parkway

Uploaded by: CecileWNC

Saturday June 8, 2013

Barnardsville, NC (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: We were lucky today! "When it flows, the falls slides down the rock face of Blackstop Knob Mountain down to the North Fork Swannanoa River. The flow is not constant and can sometimes nearly dry up completely. It is most visible after heavy rains, which can be at any time during the year. A sign at the overlook for the falls claims that the falls is over 800 ft (247m) high. At this height, Glassmine Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls east of the Mississippi River." - Wikipedia

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1. Kennebunker
11:12 AM GMT on June 09, 2013
Ooooh, didn't the cloud and shadow play work well for you in this image, Cecile! Lovely image!
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About CecileWNC


Thank you to all of you for your kind comments, I appreciate them, always!At 16, I bought a Praktica Super TL 2. Since then and for the last 30+ years, I have not stopped taking pictures. I am playing now with a Nikon D-7000 and loving it! I suspect that if you were to give a digital camera to a depressed person and let them free to roam in nature, their well being would greatly improve. I am in a constant state of wonder (well OK ... almost constant). I am an fiber artist and dabble in oils but am in love digital photography. Colors and emotions are what I try to translate in my pictures.Thank you to all of you WunderPhotographers for bringing more beauty into my life!Whiterain, another photographer on this site, is my son.Create your own visitor map!

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