Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Paths Of Least Resistance


When Joe's Creek begins a downhill run, the 50-foot drop creates a magnet for tourism.
At Panther Falls in northeast Georgia, the creek water tumbles down ledges, finding grooves that lead to twists and turns before it ends at the feet of visitors.
After a half-mile hike through a portion of the Chattahoochee National Forest near Lake Rabun, visitors find flat rocks that provide seating for an amphitheater effect.
When the water is at a low level, it's possible to stand close to the final cascade, gaining an added benefit on a hot day.
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