|Canon EOS REBEL XS, Promaster 19-35 lens @ 19mm, ISO 100, f/16, 0.5 sec., 5 image panorama|
What really attracted me was the reflection of the forest I was getting in the large pool of water that emptied into the waterfall. It was beautiful. As with the rest of the Cherokee National Forest, the enormous natural rock formations in the rivers are incredible.
A couple of weeks later, Tim Owens, Jocy, and myself took several pics here and Tim actually slipped on the big rocks in the bottom of the shot and fell in the water. I just happened to latch onto one of his tripod legs before it and his camera took a dip. Tim was uninjured thank goodness, but was chest-deep in water after the fall. Thus giving us all a lesson that when exploring around these streams and waterfalls, be extra careful. The rocks are extremely slick even if they are dry.
|Jocy on the Rocks - A couple of weeks later|