Thursday, April 1, 2010


Sometimes, your eyes can shake your belief system. Imagine a creek. It's narrow, and the flow is such that it's possible to wade across. Right? In most cases, yes. But in northeast Georgia, a visit to Panther Creek will shake that belief.
Nestled in the Chattahoochee National Forest a few miles south of the Tallulah Gorge, Panther Creek drains into a lake, joining a river that roars its way through the gorge.
In this image, the creek's elevation dips, creating the massive type of cascade that kayakers cross the country to experience twice a year at the nearby gorge.
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