One more image to share from Cloudland Canyon as we head into the next weekend. You can see here how Cherokee Falls attracts people to approach more closely. It’s not a smooth path to get in there but that’s part of experiencing nature up-close.
Once again, this reminds me of how beautiful and enjoyable it is to be outdoors appreciating how amazing our world is. At the same time, I see all the reminders of how people fail to take simple precautions and abide by rules meant to keep them safe. I heard a report recently of someone who actually died by slipping and falling in a similar setting. A little respect for the fact that there are dangers in the wild goes a long way toward us keeping these places enjoyable and safe for all.
Hope you all get out and enjoy some of our natural wonders this weekend.
Cloudland Canyon State Park
Rising Fawn, Georgia, USA
Vanguard Altra Pro 263 AT tripod
Tamron SP 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC
16mm @ f/10 – 1/15 sec – ISO 640