Dingmans Falls, Pennsylvania

 
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Dingmans Falls is about 13 miles from where I'm now working. With a 130 foot plunge, it is the second tallest waterfall in Pennsylvania, sliding down a sandstone face.

We've had little rain lately, so none of the area waterfalls are at their prime, yet I enjoyed the relaxing walk here - and did take the 250 stairs to the top of these pleasing falls.

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Guest - May 31, 2007 10:54 AM EDT
Thank you, Alex. I love walks that end with sights like this! Vicki
Guest - May 31, 2007 09:36 AM EDT
WOW!! fantastic.
Guest - May 30, 2007 10:28 AM EDT
Thank you Mary, Alex and Cindy. I've been fortunate in working in two areas this summer that boast multiple waterfalls. Dingmans Falls was first opened to the public in 1888. The original hotel buildings are being restored as a Visitor Interpretive Center, now under the National Park Service (since 1975). Vicki
Guest - May 30, 2007 07:23 AM EDT
Lovely photo Vicki, I love the way the light and shadows are captured. Well done.
Guest - May 30, 2007 03:34 AM EDT
Classic waterfall shot. Nice place for a hike.
Guest - May 29, 2007 11:49 PM EDT
Beautiful composition and colors Vicki. Very clear/sharp focus and I like the contrast of colors between the foliage and falls. I like the frame too. The photo is very refreshing looking!

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