Tuesday, February 24, 2009

the way the water flows in tennessee

There doesn't seem to be a shortage in the different ways that water flows in Tennessee. Here are just a few examples.

The top picture is from my last property. The sound of the water trickling was so soothing. In the summer it would stay cool in this ravine and I would come and spend hours here poking around this spring looking at different plants, searching for creatures in the water, looking for birds and hoping little forest creatures might come out to visit.

The two other pictures are from waterfalls located off of the Natchez Trace Parkway, a scenic federal highway that runs from Nashville to Mississippi. The middle picture is of a cavern with a waterfall. During normal times it flows pretty slow. This picute was taken during a period of heavy rain. It was awesome. So loud and misty.

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