Sunday, September 13, 2015

Eileen's Random Travels

Eileen's Random Travels..a Photoblog post


"Wherever you go, go with all your heart." by Confucius

Nooksack Falls is a popular waterfalls in the North Cascades, Washington State It is located near Mount Baker and Rt 542.




 The Noonsack river flows thru a narrow valley and drops 88 feet into the rocky river canyon.



The falls plunge 88 feet in two parts.







Looking downstream from the falls.

32 comments:

  1. Oh wow...what a beautiful nature and waterfall. Thanks for sharing those beautiful pictures and the information. Thats what I am missing over here...waterfalls. We are having them only when it was rainig cats and dogs and may be after the winter on the teide, when the snow ist melting.

    Wishing you a beautiful sunday I am sending greetings to you

    N☼va

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  2. That's gorgeous! Have a great Sunday, Eileen!

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  3. This is a beautiful place but I wouldn't dare go near to the edge. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  4. lovely snap. the sound of the waterfall must have been very loud

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  5. Wooow, great! Always spectacular such waterfalls!
    Greetings from Belgium, Hilde

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  6. I just love waterfalls.
    Great photo's, thanks for sharing.

    All the best Jan

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  7. How impressive and beautiful Eileen! I love waterfalls and I am sorry we haven't got any of them in my country!
    Wil, ABCW Team

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  8. Hi Eileen, your photos are beautiful. You capture nature beautifully. One can almost hear the falling water. Thank you for sharing. Have a great week. Hugs, cm

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  9. All the wildlife along the long 88-foot journey downhill must find this waterfall as refreshing as we find it beautiful.

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  10. Wow, that is just stunning! I will have to tell my sister who just moved to the NW about this!

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  13. What beautiful waterfalls - thank you for sharing these lovely pictures. There's something so calming about being by cascading water.

    Sharing snapshots at Captured By Jade

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  14. Now you're near my neck of the woods, but I haven't been to Mt. Baker or the falls, so I'm happy to see your photos of the cool falls and rock formations.

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  15. Omg i really love the waterfalll ...look awesome

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  16. These waterfalls are all very impressive. Thank you for sharing.
    Have a great week.
    Wil, ABCW Team

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