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Old Oct 24, 2011, 7:59 PM   #1
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Default Autumn is... wet and colorful

Autumn in the Tennessee hills is foggy & damp - perfect for wandering the wild places! This year's foliage was not as bright as last year, but still quite attractive, and attracting plenty of park visitors!
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Old Oct 24, 2011, 8:02 PM   #2
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Buffalo Mt is one of the brighter spots for autumnal tints this year - the landscape is rebounding well from a major forest fire just a few years ago.
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Blue Hole (in Cherokee National Forest at Panhandle Road) stays damp and foggy much of the time - great for viewing the fast-falling leaves...
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Of course, most of the autumn tints up at Blue Hole are already on the ground and flowing downstream...
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Old Oct 24, 2011, 8:11 PM   #5
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or making a leafy frame for the waterfalls...
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Fall is also fading over at Dry Creek. All those falling leaves make great food and shelter for many tiny water creatures, and fine "decorations" for the rich landscape...
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Here too the hiker can enjoy many small waterfalls, again each with a great little fall foliage frame.
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Old Oct 24, 2011, 8:19 PM   #8
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Another autumn "mini-waterfall" at Dry Creek:
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Old Oct 24, 2011, 8:21 PM   #9
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And one more fine little falls along Dry Creek (any preferences among these different views?)
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Old Oct 24, 2011, 8:23 PM   #10
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Here are two perspectives on one of the innumerable leaf-speckled boulders at Dry Creek. Not sure just what drew my attention to this one, but would appreciate your input on which "pose" works better for you.
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