Minnehaha Falls near Lakemont, Georgia is one of my favorite falls to visit in north Georgia. It would be difficult to tire of such a terrific place. Best of all, I always return home with some great images.
I captured this image with my 16-35mm f/4, tripod mounted and using a circular polarizer. Thanks for stopping by as always.
That is a beautiful staircase waterfall! Yes, it would be hard to get tired of a scene like that! Beautiful photo, Toby.
Thanks, Lavinia. Has the drought broken for you guys yet?
We’ve had some rain mixed in with an unusually warm autumn (80 degrees here the other day!) It’s raining today, a welcome sound on the metal roof. Doesn’t take long for the grass to start showing green! The question is now how much snow pack we will get in the mountains over the winter, and will we get the normal amount of winter rain to offset the next summer dry season. I’m not sure there is a normal for weather here anymore.
Wow – This looks beautiful.
The scattering of golden leaves is lovely – very nice shot!
Thanks for the kind words, Ann.
There are so many steps to this waterfall! I am loving the glints of gold from, I assume, fallen leaves?
You are correct. The leaves have started falling in our corner of the world.
Really great shot!!! Beautiful