The scenery was lovely. We were in the shade of tall trees almost the entire time. Getting down to the level where I could get some good shots of the falls was a little tricky - steep trail and stairs - but it was worth it.
|From the trail|
|Fishermen on the bank of the river. Pretty steep stairs to get down there.|
|A little pond|
|Finally, Chalk Ridge Falls!|
|With a fast shutter speed, and . . .|
|with a slow shutter speed - all "foamy."|
While down at the falls, Dan struck up a conversation with a young couple. We talked for about a half hour, and really enjoyed listening to the fascinating experiences they'd had in their world-travels. They were newly-weds, having gotten married on 7/7/17 in an underwater wedding at Stillhouse Hollow Lake. The young man is a photographer and a diving instructor, and his bride, who was one of his diving students, is from Venezuela.