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Anglin Falls

Anglin Falls
John B. Stephenson Memorial Forest State Nature Preserve
Berea, Kentucky

The first time I visited Anglin Falls was in the Fall of 2008, I didn't know much about shooting waterfalls then, but it didn't matter as the falls was barely a trickle, that was my first lesson in watching the rainfall amounts to get a good idea when a hike to a waterfall is worth it. As luck would have it the next time I would visit the falls was this past Saturday. Over the 5 1/2 years I saw many photographs of the falls with a good flow and eventually it would become a bucket list goal to visit the falls after a good rain. After a successful meeting with the Kentucky Artisan Center in Berea my good friend Chris Morris and I headed out to visit Flat Lick, McCammon and Anglin Falls. The forecast the night before called for a mostly cloudy day, but as luck would have it, it rained all day. We saved Anglin for last and boy was it worth it. In my opinion the falls it one of Kentucky's most beautiful, a towering 70 ft gusher, with enough rain. A great end to a fantastic day.

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