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On Top of Brandywine Falls in Autumn

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It had been a couple years since I visited Brandywine Falls in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, so I was due for a return visit.

I ventured there on this day to see some fall foliage surrounding the waterfall. As it turned out, the best color to be seen was at the top of the falls.

There is a trail that goes over Brandywine Creek so it is safe to get this view. Just beyond the edge of the bedrock the water drops 65 feet.

Brandywine Falls is a popular place to visit in the fall, yet I want to get back there in winter. I’m sure it can be just as stunning then as it is amid fall foliage.


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