Watery Wednesday #90: Panther Falls

Panther Falls, Rabun County, Georgia. June 23,2009

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Some of the nicest waterfalls Betsy and I visit are relatively small, but involve a pleasant hike through a forest, often along a pretty creek.  Last June we visited Panther Falls in Rabun County, Georgia.  The hike was about two miles on a pretty June day.  And what made the day even nicer was that we had the waterfall to ourselves when we got there.  There’s nothing nicer than hearing water splash over the rocks while sitting next to a pretty girl.

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14 Responses to “Watery Wednesday #90: Panther Falls”

  1. REGINA Says:

    Refreshing and beautiful!
    Happy WW George.

  2. Susie Says:

    Oh how I wish I was sitting there listening to that water. So nice.

  3. cai Says:

    Cool photo with the water!
    If your interested check out my newly opened photo challenge website thats not like the others. http://www.weekdayphotos.com.

    Have a look and hopefully ill be seeing photos from you soon 🙂

    Have a good one

  4. Busy Bee Suz Says:

    This is a beautiful picture and a sweet post George.

  5. MaryBeth Says:

    Oh George you are a true romantic.

    that is a very pretty falls and sounds like a perfect hike. MB

  6. Darla Says:

    You romantic you!

  7. Ruth Hiebrt Says:


  8. happyone Says:

    Sounds just perfect!

  9. luna miranda Says:

    the rocks were beautifully arranged by nature. what a spectacular waterfall.

  10. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    Wonder why it’s called Panther Falls? I guess I can kind of see a panther slinking down it. Better would have been “Fall Of Many Steps”.

  11. Fishing Guy Says:

    George: Certainly a beautiful stepped falls.

  12. EG Wow, Canada Says:

    Another beautiful falls, George!

  13. Jen Says:

    Ahhhh, you are the romantic!

  14. Rose Says:

    When I was a kid, there was this one small waterfalls not too far from home, yet it was one that involved a good hike to get there….I always absolutely loved it. And I still really enjoy seeing water rush over rocks…always love seeing your and Betsy’s pictures.

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