dripping water

The original highway—US Route 64—used to go under Bridal Veil Falls, here in the Nantahala National Forest in North Carolina. Today, the road has been moved and expanded. What was left is now a turnout used by folks to look at the water.

This is what the waterfalls look like from underneath, standing in that turnout that used to be the highway. I had to stand under the waterfalls to keep dry from the rain. Funny, eh?

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