Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Cuyahoga Falls

These photos are from my archives and one of our past trips to Ohio. We stopped at the Cuyahoga National Park to see the Brandywine Waterfalls. Cuyahoga National Park is south of Cleveland. The winding Cuyahoga River was given  the name crooked river by the American Indians. The park also has a nice Bike trail next to the working rails and the canal.









































A view at the top of the falls, looks just like a trickle of water.






My hubby is fascinated with waterfalls, if we are traveling and a waterfall is in the area we make a point of stopping to see it.

This is my Watery Wednesday post and Outdoor Wednesday to see more click on my links. Thanks to  2sweetnsaxy and Susan  for hosting and thanks for stopping by to visit my watery post.

40 comments:

  1. Woe,
    queste foto oggi ci volevano proprio così " fresche " ...
    In Italia stiamo boccheggiando per il gran caldo !!
    Grandi foto.
    Buona serata.

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  2. Waterfalls are amazing phenomena. Here in Cape Breton, there are many, if you are willing to do a little hiking! They are to die for! ~karen

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  3. Yes that is a lovely waterfall, well worth stopping to see. Great photos.

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  4. I have a great deal in common with your husband -- we try to see as many as we can. I always say we collect waterfalls. And they make a good collection for RV folks!

    Yours is beautiful. We're on the road again now and hope to add some new ones to our collection.

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  5. Lovely! I'm also facinated by water and it's movement!

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  6. It is odd that that little trickle of water on the top of the falls can turn into such a wonderful waterfall!
    I love the beach in your header, too!!

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  7. Lovely waterfall. I like waterfalls, also. Watching a waterfall is similar for me to watching a campfire-mesmerizing!

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  8. It is fascinating how this ribbon expands to a full veil.

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  9. Nice waterfall! I'll have to look up Cuyahoga National Park. We live 3 hours from Cleveland, so the park shouldn't be too far of a drive. I would like to return to Cleveland one day and go to the zoo; might add a stop at the park to the trip.

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  10. Waterfalls are so fascinating to me. Great shots.

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  12. Wonderful photos, Ellen

    I am like you -- I always stop to take photos of waterfalls and lighthouses!

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  13. The girl with the spectacular photographs.. I always can't wait to see what you are going to post and again, your photos are amazing!

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  14. What a beautiful waterfall! Great shots as always.

    Happy Watery Wednesday.

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  15. How spectacular, and surprising with the top of the falls view. Thanks for sharing this. I've never been to Cuyahoga NP.

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  16. waterfalls are indeed fascinating. the rock formations are almost always unique, too. great shots.

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  17. That's a beautiful waterfall! :)

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  18. Some people love waterfalls so much they create one in their yards. I have a few neighbors who have done this. I should take pictures of them. Nice shots.

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  19. I would like to track there. I went to a similar one at Goldie track.

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  20. Lovely waterfall . Your hubby and Betsy and George (Joyful Reflecions) would get along fine exploring for waterfalls.

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  21. Wow,that's an amazing waterfalls, they really stand out. Very beautiful photo.

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  22. Great post. I've been to the park but not the falls and I live in Ohio LOL

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  23. I love the sound of waterfalls and your photographs are lovely.
    Joyce M

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  24. How pretty! I would love to see a waterfall that isn't man made. LOL! Is all of that falling water really from that little bit of water at the top?

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  25. beautiful place!

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  26. I don't blame your husband, waterfalls are so cool! I'd stop, too :) Fantastic pictures, Eileen, I love your shots of the falls!

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  27. So pretty, I love waterfalls...they can lull me into a wonderland of thought.♥

    I'm visiting for Outdoor Wednesday...would love for you to come by for a visit.

    Have a wonderful day,
    Stephanie ♥

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  28. Beautiful falls, it is so refresing.

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  29. All that water from what appears to be a small trickle...it's beautiful!

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  30. Wow, that is stunning. I also love waterfalls and would make a stop to see that one!

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  31. Eileen: Love to here you visited my area. Send a note if you are ever back up here.

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  33. they are fascinating to photograph, excellent series.

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  34. These photos take my breath away!

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  35. What a gorgeous fall! It must be wonderful to stand there and listen to the music of the fall.

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