We drove down Falling Water Road, which runs alongside Falling Water Creek, and then stopped at Falling Water Falls (while looking at Fall colors). Amazingly, there wasn't a single other soul at Falling Water Falls when we got there. Falling Water Falls is an increasingly popular spot, and it's rare to be there when it's devoid of people. But as soon we stopped, three cars pulled up and like clown cars deposited out dozens of people. We instead headed off down the road to find a few other places to stop...
Like this overlook of Falling Water Creek, which was running high after the storms the day before.
Nearby was a small creek that ran over the bluffline, creating the 30 foot-tall Intersection Falls.
Then we headed over to Six Finger Falls, a unique waterfall along Falling Water Creek. The falls aren't very tall (only six feet), but they stretch across a wide section of the creek. The falls get their name because when viewed from above, they look like a hand with six fingers.
And another view of Six Fingers Falls:
And one last shot, taken as it was nearly dark with just enough light for a 15 second exposure.