Exploring Dukes Creek Falls – Georgia

Trail Dukes Creek Falls-Toby GantI explored the Dukes Creek Falls Recreation Area in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest over the weekend.  It is a scenic 1 mile hike where you walk along Dodd Creek until it converges with Davis Creek and then becomes Dukes Creek. (I hope that isn’t too confusing.) There are plenty of shoals and several small falls along the creek and Dukes Creek Falls is much taller. I hope you were all able to get out and explore over the weekend.

This image was captured using my 24-70mm f/2.8, tripod mounted. Thanks for stopping by.

17 thoughts on “Exploring Dukes Creek Falls – Georgia

      • I’ve been to Helen before. Beautiful up there. I have been to Anna Ruby Falls before. I want to go back and get more shots. Thanks for sharing the mountains back home. I do miss it

    • Thanks for the kind words, Linda. Spring has arrived in Atlanta. There are flowers everywhere. The flowering trees are all full. There is color everywhere. And it seems there is more and more green on the trees by the hour. Hang in there. It won’t be long now.

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