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Waterfalls of Western North Carolina
The 'local scoop' on how to find WNC's waterfalls.
The 'local scoop' on how to find WNC's waterfalls.

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The last #waterfall you visited was?
#wnc #curious 

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One of my top 5 places to explore in #wnc
Schoolhouse Falls | Panthertown Valley
Just outside of #cashiersnc a #hiking , #camping , #flyfishing and #mtb adventure land. 

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Mingo Falls 5.2 miles from #cherokee   #nc   
Get to this beautiful 175+ ft #waterfall  >

Shown here are some of the bottom cascades, near the foot bridge over Mingo Creek.  
I guess you'll have to go to see the rest :)

#smokymountains   #waterfallsphotography   #wnc   #travelphotography   #northcarolina  
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Crabtree Falls in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina.   Find this waterfall just off of the #blueridgeparkway  near mile post 339... also near #ashevillenc  .
Excellent work from +Stephen Hancock  #waterfall  

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Cause sometimes I like to do this while checking out #waterfalls in #wnc.
How about you? 

Have you been on any cool waterfall adventures lately?
Tell us about it!
#waterfalls   #wnc  

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Bridal Veil Falls #highlandsnc  
This was taken yesterday... before the BIG chill.
Pics of much better ice to come.  Enjoy!!
#wnc   #wncwx   #waterfalls  

Have you been to any COOL waterfalls lately?
Please share with us!

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Fabulous shot from +Travis Rhoads in #greatsmokymountainsnationalpark   this past week.  Beautiful fall colors are everywhere right now... AND the Park is now OPEN thanks to a deal struck between US/TN/NC.  
The Sluice

One of the best things about The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is that no matter how many times I go there, I always find something new.  Last weekend with +Jerry Denham was no different.  At our last stop I came across this cascade/feature that I had not seen before.  The low water levels probably meant that it was visible and accessible.  But when I saw it, I knew I had to shoot it.  The morning light coming down through the trees was just too good to pass up.  I know Jerry shot one here too, looking forward to his take on it.

Sharing today with #waterfallwednesday  curated by +Eric Leslie +Waterfalls of Western North Carolina 
Also sharing with  #landscapephotography +Landscape Photography +Landscape Photography Show +Margaret Tompkins +Carra Riley +Jim Warthman +Kevin Rowe +Johan Peijnenburg +David Heath Williams +Tom Hierl +Carolyn Lim +Tom Sloan +Howard Smith +Kai Kosonen +Tony Heyward +Sheila B. DuBois +Sandra Brown +Vishal Kumar
+Breakfast Club +Texture Blend Photography by +Gemma Costa 
+BTP Landscape Pro by +Rinus Bakker +Jack Stepanyan and +Nancy Dempsey 

#canonusers   #greatsmokymountainsnationalpark  

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