Tallulah Falls

By: Estera

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1. Tallulah Falls

2. What does Tallulah Falls look like?

3. formed by

4. experiences

5. classmates

1 . Tallulah Falls

Have you ever seen anything as breathtaking and natural as Tallulah Falls? Tallulah Falls is located in Habersham County in Georgia. The clear water to the peek of the waterfall was found by ancient Indians and they named it “ugunyi’’. After awhile settlers came and renamed the place’’ Tallulah’’ which means ‘’leaping water’’. I wanted to write about this landform because of the breathtaking view was magnificent and the place looked extraordinary with the water and the plants along the side. So, I knew it was the right place for me to write about.

2. What does Tallulah Falls look like?

To start off, Tallulah Falls is about near Atlanta. The hulking waterfall is actually five series of waterfalls. It is a 1,000 foot chasm. The rushing water spraying down , sparkles in the sun. Tallulah Falls is a great place with animals and plants to take pictures of as you go hiking. Tallulah Falls also has a beautiful gorge that is to amazing. Also, the Tallulah gorge is one of the most spectacular canyons in the eastern U.S. There is a river called Tallulah river . There is a lot of things to look at in one day.

3. Formed by

Next, Tallulah falls was eroded by the Tallulah River which in that chase is a destructive force that is still craving today. A certain theory holds that the Tallulah gorge was once a beach with sand on top but over time it eroded. Tallulah River has eroded the hard quartzite rock for thousands of years into a two mile long 1000 foot chasm. The water erosion had made many beautiful things. I wonder how it will look in the feature.

experiences

By the way, I’ve never went to Tallulah Falls. I would actually would like to go to this place, to go hiking and take some pictures of rare animals and plants that live in that habit. The animals there are a green salamander , dwarf filmy fern , and possibly more to come. For plants it is a monkey face orchid, grass of Parnassus, and a grass pink orchid. I hope I get to go there some day.

classmates

By the way, I’ve never went to Tallulah Falls. I would actually would like to go to this place, to go hiking and take some pictures of rare animals and plants that live in that habit. The animals there are a green salamander , dwarf filmy fern , a hairy mock orange, and possibly more to come. For plants it is a monkey face orchid, grass of Parnassus, and a grass pink orchid. I hope I get to go there some day.