Sun and Shadows at Bad Branch Falls
Bad Branch has its headwaters on the north side of Oakey Mountain, just around the corner from Crow Creek. Both streams empty into nearby Lake Seed. The falls themselves are located in a secluded cove and are in the shade much of the day. They are approximately 17 ft. high and are best viewed when water flow is moderate to high. During the dry months they can become a mere trickle.
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