Lonesome Hollow Falls
I just wanted to share a lovely image from Tim Ernst's photo journal of images from the vicinity of his cabin near the Buffalo River in the Boston Mountain region of the Arkansas Ozarks. Though not as impressive in height as the 200-foot Hemmed-In-Hollow Falls, the photo above shows that Lonesome Hollow Falls has its own charm. Mr. Ernst has photos of a number of Ozark waterfalls on his site, so click there and look around if that sort of thing interests you.
Since discovering Mr. Ernst's journal, I've been visiting every day just to glimpse a daily image of my Ozark Mountain homeland . . . to help maintain my sanity so far away from home.
I hope to see this place depicted above in July or August this summer and provide some photos of my own.
Labels: Ozark Mountains