When we visited Black Rock Mountain State Park a couple of weeks ago, we went looking for a waterfall that is on Greasy Creek near Black Rock Lake. The image shown here was what I saw of the creek, which has a number of little cascades which I took to be what people said were the “falls”. Apparently, there are actually some true waterfalls nearby but I missed the path for that.
It was nice to wander the pathways around the lake and admire the little stream flowing through groves of mountain laurel. The woods were pleasantly shady and cool on a hot August day and the walk was enjoyable even though we didn’t locate the falls we were looking for. Maybe we can make an autumn trip back up here and see it again when the leaves are changing. I think that would be a fantastic opportunity for some nice landscapes.
Black Rock Mountain State Park
Mountain City, Georgia, USA
Tamron SP 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC
16mm @ f/18 – 1.3 sec – ISO 640