KY Trip (Part-3): Cumberland Falls

May 30, 2010

After a day long adventurous rafting, we were tired and wanted to spend the evening coolly. We headed towards the Cumberland falls, with all our cameras filled with Charge & Memory.

Cumberland Falls, sometimes called the Little Niagara, the Niagara of the South, or the Great Falls. It’s a 130-foot wide curtain of whitewater that pummels 68 feet into the Cumberland River.

The falls, River and the surrounding areas are vey scenic and Impressive. We’re shooting all angles of the falls till the camera battery drained out.

One thing special about the Cumberland falls is “The Moon bow”. On a clear full moon night, the mist of the Falls creates the magic of a Moon bow. Cumberland falls is the only one place in the western hemisphere to see a rainbow produced by the light of moon.

We’re unfortunate to witness the Moon bow and returned back to our Camp. We tried rock? Climbing; made a camp-fire in front of our Inn; Chatting over topics, Politics to Economy, Sports to Cinema… the evening just swept off.

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