Coolemee Falls is an old stone dam dating back well over a 100 years, which was part of the original mill back in the day. This is a photo of what the falls look like when the river is low. I’ll call this the “before” picture. Not all that impressive, but you’re able to better appreciate the stonework in the dam.
As you can see from my vantage point, I’m on a rock in the middle of the river. As a matter of fact, except for a small stream of water at camera right, you just about could have walked completely across w/o getting wet. This site has been protected, and has been made into a park. I’ll write more about it and show you a photo of what it looks like when the river is up in a later post.
A Special Thanks
If you’re a follower of my blog, I wanted to take a second and say thank you. I appreciate your comments, and try to respond to most as time allows. I try to be as accurate as I can with regards to information about the places I’ve photographed. If you spot an error, kindly let me know and I’ll be sure to correct it.
Also, I’ve made some recent changes and improvements to enhance the look and feel of my site. If you have any suggestions on places you’d like for me to “show and tell” about, please feel free to leave a comment. See ya next time! ~MB
Nikon D90 with 18-200 mm VR 3.5-5.6 lens. All images © Matt Bennett Photography.