Blue Hole in Spring 2017 III

Blue Hole in Spring 2017 III

This long exposure of the third of four cascading waterfalls at the Blue Hole in Elizabethton, TN is from my trip there in the Spring. This waterfall is roughly 15-20 ft in height and it empties into the waterfall’s namesake, a popular local swimming hole known as the “Blue Hole”. The Blue Hole is located within the Cherokee National Forest in Carter County.

This photo was taken with a Canon EOS 70D at 18mm and a 2.5 second exposure on April 16, 2017.

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