My Hike to The Big River to View Beautiful Colors

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This was taken on the Big River here in Missouri at the waterfall. I have several spots I go to capture my photography. Here is a little history

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The Big River is a tributary of the Meramec River in east-central Missouri. The river rises in western Iron County, near the summit of Johnson Mountain and the locale of Enough; it flows through Washington County, Saint Francois County, and Jefferson County. It forms part of the boundary between Jefferson County and Saint Francois County and also part of the boundary between Jefferson County and Washington County. It empties into the Meramec River opposite Eureka, where the Meramec forms the border between Jefferson County and Saint Louis County. The river flows through Washington State Park, St. Francois State Park, and the Lead Belt mining district. Like many other Ozark streams, the Big River has entrenched meanders; its valley is typically about half a mile wide, sometimes much narrower, and the valley is usually from 150 to 400 feet (46 to 120 m) deep.

IT’S ONLY A DREAM

3 thoughts on “My Hike to The Big River to View Beautiful Colors

  1. Hi there,

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and for taking time to leave a comment.

    I was looking at the set of photos in this post and in your previous posts as well and it really amazes me to think how beautiful the world is. Also, your photos let me see a world that’s different from mine. We live in opposite sides of the world and your photos take me vicariously, or should I say virtually, to your world. So thank you for sharing.

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