Watery Wednesday # 59: Becky Branch Falls

Becky Branch Falls, Clayton, Georgia.  October 13, 2009.

Becky Branch Falls, Clayton, Georgia. October 13, 2009.

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Earlier this month Betsy and I went back to northern Georgia to revisit the waterfalls in Tallulah Gorge and to visit some new ones for the first time.  One of our new waterfalls was Becky Branch Falls, near Clayton, Georgia.

Becky Branch Falls is near the Warwoman Dell Recreation Area east of Clayton.  The falls is reached by a steep, but short, trail from the parking area.  When we reached the falls we decided that the hike was definitely worth it.

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23 Responses to “Watery Wednesday # 59: Becky Branch Falls”

  1. Susie Says:

    That’s a very pretty waterfall George! I’m sure it made a loud sound but the picture makes it look soft.

  2. JLS Hall (Joysweb) Says:

    Lovely waterfall! And those are such intriguing names – Becky Branch and Warwoman. Must be some stories there.

  3. Pam Says:

    The falls are extra beautiful this time of year. With the trees displaying their colorful coats. We have been to the falls around Clayton and they are a special delight.

  4. busy bee suz Says:

    Very nice and I love the name too.

  5. Fishing Guy Says:

    George: That is a neat looking falls, so nice to see your finds.

  6. Linnea Says:

    That’s a pretty waterfall. I like the path that the water has chosen…the stream of water creates an interesting pattern as it runs down the rocks…

  7. pat Says:

    I love waterfalls. You did a nice job capturing this one. Shutter speed was perfect to produce a soft falling speed. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Becky Says:

    OOOOhhhh wwweeee my very own waterfall:-) It’s a doozie, too!!!

  9. JO Says:

    love the waterfall…

  10. imac Says:

    You certainly find the falls George, all are beauty’s

  11. Carletta Says:

    It’s like long white flowing tresses!
    Lovely George!

  12. moorebloglife Says:

    This is very pretty George, I love to be at a waterfall and feel the mist….. I am sure the two of you enjoyed this trip!

  13. TC Says:

    I agree you did a great job of capturing a lovely waterfall.

  14. Carol Says:

    I agree! It was worth it!

  15. Cheryl Says:

    Another great photo. How many waterfalls do you think you have visited? What a lovely place you live in.

  16. Ewok Says:

    Another gorgeous waterfalls. Do you know how many waterfalls you have visited so far?

    In the spring, come to Yosemite, there’s around 5 waterfalls inside the park – that is if you haven’t already.

  17. connieemeraldeyes Says:

    I love this waterfall photo. Nice.
    I actually put up a watery photo today.

  18. eileen Says:

    Beautiful waterfall and photo, George.

  19. lawstude Says:

    what a lovely falls. i would definitely enjoy shooting that in long exposures. thanks for sharing.

  20. Mary Says:

    What a pretty falls! I could stand there watching that for a long time.

  21. carolynUSA Says:

    That is a very nice waterfall! I love the shutter speed effect! Beautiful!

  22. storyteller at Small Reflections Says:

    Beautiful 😉
    Your collection of waterfall photographs boggles the mind!
    Hugs and blessings,

  23. Rose Says:

    Do you realize that there is a whole world of us out here that every time we see a waterfall, we think of you and Betsy? I would love to know the number of us that do…bet it would surprise you.

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