Thursday, November 18, 2021

Steele Creek

After hiking back to the car (and not managing to fall into the river again), I headed to another one of the prettiest places on the Buffalo - Steele Creek. After parking by the campground, I made the short walk to the river. The light rain/mist that had been falling all day had saturated the rocks along the shoreline, subtly bringing out their colors.


The scenary was enhanced by the fall colors, which were really popping along the river.


The river here is dominated by Roark Bluff, which is about 200 feet tall and runs for about 3/4 of a mile.




And one last shot, looking back at the bluffs. From this angle you can see how tall they are in comparison to the trees along the shore.


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