Wednesday, June 15, 2011


Canon EOS REBEL XS, Promaster 19-35 lens @ 19mm, ISO 400, f/14, 0.6 sec.
  The anchor to Conasauga Falls is the bottom bottom tier.  The rocks separate the flow of the falls into two different cascades that empty into a large pool in front of the falls.
  The flow to the left takes a sideways route over a a couple of small rungs before clinging to the rocks to the very bottom.  This small cascade really intrigued me and I tried to capture it alone but failed to do so. I really liked the way the water doesn't splash away from the rocks but more or less stays glued to them all the way down. Very neat!
  The brunt of the flow of water flows to the opposite side where a single triangular shaped rock below the falls receives a heavy dose of water on top of it. Just to the right of this cascade you can see a cave entrance under the green foliage.
  Didn't get up to the top tier of the waterfall on this trip, but will be determined to photograph it the next time I visit.


  1. I like how this place looks like it's buried in lush forest. Nice shot.

  2. I love your waterfall images Jerry, this one is absolutely gorgeous!

  3. Gorgeous image Jerry. A welcome, cool break on a very hot summer day. Perfect, motion blurred water!