I arrived at this waterfall just minutes after a downpour. The creek was a muddy torrent. See the following video for that wild scene, and crank up the volume for the full effect. This photo was taken four hours and 21 minutes after the video was recorded. I was hoping the water would clear up before the end of the day, and the flow would still be good. Fast approaching darkness forced me to leave before I got my wish. I do like the flow in this photo, but I would prefer for the water to be less muddy. Regardless, I had a grand adventure. I needed to cross the creek to get to the best photo spots. Fortunately, I was able to safely cross on a fallen tree. I enjoyed hanging out in a rock shelter which is located beyond the right edge of this photo. From underneath the shelter (AKA echo chamber) the sound from the waterfall was especially loud. This is Greasy Creek Falls, Morgan County, Kentucky.
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