Nov 11, 2009

Deep calls to deep at the roar of YOUR waterfalls; Psalm 42:7

Day One

Mingo Falls
Qualla Indian Reservation

After climbing 170 stairs.walking about a block over a rocky, muddy path, while hearing the thundering of the falls, we finally saw it.
It was so worth it. 

I don't think we have ever climbed to a waterfall and been disappointed.  Once again we were awestruck at the glory and the majesty displayed
by our glorious God. 

The whole earth is full of His glory. Isaiah 6:3

The voice of Jehovah is upon the waters:  The God of glory thundereth...
Psalm 29:3  ASV

We had our choice here, but twilight was fast approaching and after the climb earlier in the day to Mingo my ankle was NOT up to much so we opted for the closest waterfall.  Not as spectacular but still beautiful and the trail was wide and smooth.

David shooting Tom Branch Falls

Tom Branch Falls
Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Day Two

The Waterfalls of the Cullasaja River Gorge

Cullasaja Falls

View of US 64 from the car.   This is where we stopped to photograph Cullasaja.  There is barely enough room to pull the car off the road and exit the car safely.

Dry Falls

The last 2 photos are from behind the falls

Bridal Veil Falls

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