Abrams Falls (Smoky Mountain National Park)

Abrams Falls in Smoky Mountain National Park is only around 20 feet high but it is one of the most picturesque waterfalls in Smoky Mountain National Park. However, what it lacks in height it makes up with volume as it always seem to flow quite strongly – regardless of the time of year. Since it is such a picturesque site nestled in the autumn leaves it is one of the more popular spots in the entire park system.

Abrams Falls (Smoky Mountain National Park)

Abrams Falls (Smoky Mountain National Park)

Unfortunately, because of work, I haven’t been able to stay on top of this blog and my pictures as much as I’ve wanted to lately. In addition, I’m trying to learn how to edit video using the GoPro camera that I got earlier this year so that’s been eating up any free ‘editing’ time I’d normally have. I’m still going to keep up on this as much as possible but may be more ‘semi-regular’ than usual going forward.

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