Watery Wednesday #74: Waterfall on Log Hollow Branch

Waterfall on Log Hollow Branch, Brevard, North Carolina. December 12, 2009.

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In December, 2009, Betsy and I spent a couple of days in Brevard, North Carolina, visiting waterfalls.  Since it was cold while we were there, we didn’t  have to worry about crowds on the trails, although we did meet a few other hardy souls.

Our longest hike was along Log Hollow Branch north of Brevard near Looking Glass Rock.  On our two-mile hike we saw three waterfalls, including the one above.  There was a good flow of water over the falls, and if you look closely (the picture can be enlarged by clicking on it), you’ll even see a few icicles.


I’m very grateful for all the wonderful people I’ve met in Blogland.

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22 Responses to “Watery Wednesday #74: Waterfall on Log Hollow Branch”

  1. Hilda Says:

    Now that you pointed out the icicles, brrr! Just what I need in our almost-summer temperatures.

  2. busy bee suz Says:

    Two miles???? wowza.
    Great shot George!

  3. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    That’s pretty neat,to have such a flow of water and then the icicles as well.Great picture,thanks.

  4. NCMountainwoman Says:

    One of the best things about winter is having the trail to yourself. With the ice and snow (not to mention the wind) not even the hardiest are braving the trails right now.

  5. storyteller at Small Reflections Says:

    I do love all your photos of naturally occurring waterfalls … the only ‘falling’ water I see here in So Cal is in fountains (and faucets).
    Hugs and blessings,

  6. Susie Says:

    I like the icicles but it sure looks cold.

  7. Fishing Guy Says:

    George: what a beauty.

  8. Happyone Says:

    Another great waterfall.
    I too am thankful for all my blogger friends! 🙂

  9. MaryBeth Says:

    Another beauty. this is a great shot. MB

  10. Martha Says:

    I see the icicles. It looks like a nice place to hike, but maybe not right now. Snowshoe maybe?

  11. Cheryl Says:

    Very lovely. So glad you take us along with you on your trips. Otherwise I wouldn’t see such glorious sights. Thanks George.

  12. Rose Says:

    Beautiful shot, as usual…

  13. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    You two are very brave, hardy souls! This one looks rather hidden and forlorn! Brrr!

  14. ewok1993 Says:

    How lovely! I’m glad you are taking me to see the waterfalls without the cold 2 mile hike 🙂

  15. Darla Says:

    Another nice waterfall…somehow I thought you would post melting snow, or that’s right, it’s still snowing isn’t it? LOL

  16. Jen Says:

    It’s good you guys are active like that all year long,
    but I think you two would do just about anything to see a
    waterfall. ha!
    I’m thankful for blogger friends like you too! 😀

  17. 2sweetnsaxy Says:

    Nice shot. I can’t wait until I run across a waterfall that isn’t man-made.

  18. eileeninmd Says:

    Sounds like a wonderful hike. Love the waterfalls, great shot.

  19. imac Says:

    Isnt it nice to see ice in with the falls.

  20. Lindz Says:

    there’s lots of water in that falls unlike here falls are nearly empty some are already dried up.

  21. Louise Cannon Says:

    All those beautiful waterfalls (3 in a 2-mile hike? Wow!) might make up for the lack of sun this time of year your part of the country.

    Congrats on the award above. I love your list. I would have expected the #1; it’s obvious all the time! (I love happy people.)

  22. Carletta Says:

    I enlarged to see the icicles. My, you and Betsy are hardy souls!
    Your hike was worth it these falls are beautiful.

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