This one was along the Virginia Creeper Trail near Damascus, Virginia.
I took this photo with a telephoto setting. It's located very high up in the Middle Prong Wilderness Area in western North Carolina. This falls descends from a ridge on Green Knob, somewhere between 5,500 feet and 5,800 feet above sea level, making it--perhaps--the highest elevation watefall in the East. Someday I'd like to bushwhack to this waterfall. But, as it's in a very rugged part of a relatively isolated wilderness, I'll have to have some other hikers along to make the attempt. It's on my to-do list.Another unnamed waterfall that I saw in Tennessee not far from the Bald River Gorge Wilderness Area. Water levels were high on the day I took this photo, so this falls might not be so impressive on a normal day. To me, though, it was quite beautiful.