Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Watery Wednesday!


Here are some pictures from our trip to Buttermilk Falls.
Buttermilk Falls is one of the most visited waterfalls in the Adirondacks. It is a short but beautiful falls (only 20 feet tall) that is reached by an extremely short, flat walk.

We thought this picture would give you an idea of the size of the rocks. Keep in mind that Chris is 6' tall.



Here is a short video we took. The sound from this short falls is extraordinary.

The last 2 pictures were taken just above the falls on the Raquette River.

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11 comments:

Connie said...

I love waterfalls. The pictures are wonderful. Love the trees and water ones too.

2sweetnsaxy said...

I love the pictures and the video clip. I would absolutely love to be standing there looking at that waterfall. Cool! :-)

Thanks for participating in Watery Wednesday!

Gill - That British Woman said...

great photos......looks as though the trees are past their best.

Gill in Canada

ShabbyInTheCity said...

Oh gosh I could spend hours there! I love the sound of falling water. But Buttermilk...no ;)

Leedra said...

Looks like a great trip. Love the last photo with the reflections.

Carletta said...

Something about rushing water appeals to all of us. Great shot and video of the waterfall.
The reflections - very pretty shots.

Norm said...

beautiful set of photos, I like them especially the last picture and the video, wonderful...

Your EG Tour Guide said...

This looks a pleasant quiet place to enjoy some reflective time ;-)

Sara Chapman said...

I like the last two pix especially. I used to live in the East so your photos are especially beautiful to me. I love the coleus and what looks like a gold golf ball below. Nice blog! Thanks for dropping by.

beckie said...

Chris and Laurie, what beautiful scenery. I loved the sound of the water! Your visit to this area was timed perfectly to see autumn in all it's glory.

Also, your 'Halloween' theme is adorable. Such fun.

perennialgardener said...

I love the sound of running water and those views of the trees in color are gorgeous.