Sunday, September 12, 2010

Log Sluice

The roar from one waterfalls is defined by what goes over the edge.
Near the headwaters of the Chattooga River in Upstate South Carolina, King Creek creates its namesake falls as it tumbles about 100 feet. On more than one occasion, water carries a load over the edge.
After hiking about a mile to the base of the falls, logs and boulders provide adequate seating and pathways used by photographers to ford the creek for a better view.
It's a cozy, but beautiful setting, almost like sitting on stage before a theater with seats rising to skyscraper heights.
Sheer rock cliffs of about 100 feet define King Creek Falls as sheets of water create spectacular curtains of water.
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