Access to Estatoe Falls to End
I'm sad to report that access to Eastatoe Falls will soon, if not already, be stopped. Good sources report that the current owner has sold the property. Unfortunately, the new owner has said they will not allow visitors on the property. This is very disappointing news but was likely to happen eventually as the current owner was getting older.
I am aware that the Nature Conservancy had offered to purchase the property some time ago but the owner wanted too high of a price for the property.
Eastatoe Falls was perhaps the most beautiful of all the North Carolina waterfalls. I have visited the waterfall likely more than 20 times in the past four years. It presented so many photographic compositions and moods that being there was always a joy.
If you want to still photograph it, you better do it quickly. Here is what we'll be missing.
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