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  Issaqueena Falls, Oconne County SC
     
Issaqueena Falls, Oconne County SC
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Uploader comment: You can see the rather remarkable story of the name of the falls here: http://www.oconeecountry.com/stumphouse.html It is in the same area as the Stumphouse Tunnel, although the story of the falls dates back to the story of a Cherokee woman. It is a beautiful set of falls, and a trail near the area leads down to a platform with a great view of the falls (i was on this platform when i took this picture.) You can even climb the falls, although this is very perilous. It is truly a beautiful area.

   

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Comment icon #3 Posted by Still Waters on 14 March, 2013, 12:28
The Falls of Foyers are on the eastern side of Loch Ness. We just had a steep walk down from the roadside to reach the point where the photo was taken.
Comment icon #2 Posted by BNDGK on 14 March, 2013, 1:02
Oh wow! Thats a very great picture, looks like it'd be amazing to be there. Where exactly are the falls in the photo at? These falls have a great story as well.
Comment icon #1 Posted by Still Waters on 13 March, 2013, 10:29
It looks nice there I like waterfalls - http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum/index.php?app=gallery&image=8334
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