On a recent trip to Havana, I spent a couple of hours walking the streets looking for public art. The variety of what I found was amazing.
These falls are located within Camp Frank Merrill near Dahlonega, Georgia. This is where the Army Rangers do the mountain phase of their training. In fact, on this visit, we had to wait about 20 minutes for a life-fire exercise to end before we could enter the area. And this year, with all the rain we have had, the water flow was unusually high.
Built in what is now a vast desert area, this building was once a lodge surrounded by lush growth and flowing water. The increasing demand for water for the nearby city of Amman has lowered the water table significantly. The structure to the right of the main building is a well that is approximately 35 meters deep. It’s completely dry.
We had this as our view when we stayed at the Mujib Biosphere. The landscape is alien.
There are resorts along the coast, but we chose to stay in the cottages here so we would be away from the more built-up areas around the resorts. The stairs leading down to the water are just beyond the cairn in the center of this photo.