Milk Sick Creek Falls
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Jon Buffington
Registered: Jun 04, 2007
Total Posts: 523
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Working my way through this fall's work and will post this little series first. This falls is located on the lower Cumberland Plateau. It is an off trail hike on the grounds of the Monteagle Sunday School Assembly which is a Chautauqua. I believe this falls exemplifies the plateau's water features. Most of the falls around these parts are wet weather falls and will appear and disappear into caves due to the bedrock being limestone. Dotted all around are falls that have been lost or forgotten and this is one I never knew about until approx. 3 years ago even though I have spent my entire life visiting the Assembly.

























douter
Registered: Mar 10, 2010
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Three and four are my picks of the set Jon, Nice captures.
Douglas



Jeffrey
Registered: Nov 12, 2002
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I kinda like the last one but don't understand this posts title.



JimFox
Registered: Jan 11, 2005
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Hey Jon,

Nice work on these. #1 and 4 are my favorites of them, but all of your compositions are well laid out.

Jim



Jon Buffington
Registered: Jun 04, 2007
Total Posts: 523
Country: United States

Thank you Jim and Douglas.

@ Jeffrey, The title is the actual name of the waterfall, "Milk Sick Creek Falls" named after the creek that flows by, "Milk Sick Creek." I do not know the history of the naming, just the name of the falls.