Update on Water Flow from Mill Shoals and Eastatoe Falls
Mill Shoals Falls - North Carolina
Located on Hwy 215 at the Living Waters Ministry, Mill Shoals Falls is a nice double waterfall. I visited there today to check out the water flow. A couple of weeks ago during my previous visit, the flow was tremendous due to heavy rains. But now the flow is very nice, allowing some very nice compositions using long exposures. Since this the waterfalls are fully exposed to the sun, be sure to go very early or late or under heavy cloud cover. Don't forget the visit Bird Rock Falls during your stop. The trail is right off the little trail down to Mill Shoals. If you go and the rocks are wet, be extremely careful as the rocks are as slick as ice.
Eastatoe Falls - Rosman, NC
About 30 minutes south from Mill Shoals Falls you can easily get to Eastatoe Falls. This is one of my personal favorite waterfalls in North Carolina. Water flow here was excellent since rain has tapered off. This waterfall allows a seemingly endless number of compositions. So now would be a good time to visit Eastatoe. Hopefully, rain will maintain the current flow.
Keywords: landscape, living waters ministry, long exposure, mill shoals, nature, nikon, north carolina, rocks, trees
Made it up to Boone yesterday. Going to Grandfather Mountain tomorrow, Linville Gorge on Wednesday. Nice images on your blog!
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