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Joplin Grand Falls With Fall Colors
Photo By Lee Peterson

  • Title: Joplin Grand Falls With Fall Colors
  • State/Province/Region: Missouri
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Southwest Missouri
  • Nearest Town: Joplin
  • Brief Directions: Interstate 44 West to Joplin. Turn left on Main St. to Glendale. Turn Right on Glendale and follow it to low water bridge go across bridge and drive a mile. Joplin Grand Falls will be on the right. Would not recommend driving a car onto gravel will scrape bottom.
  • Notes: This is a beautiful place to go for portrait shots. There were quite a few photographers there yesterday doing that. Joplin Grand Falls is ranked #1 in state as the only continous flowing waterfall.
  • GPS Longitude: -94.494873
  • GPS Latitude: 37.099857
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: I thought the waterfall would look better with some Autumn colors in the background.
  • Gear: Sony a200 55mm
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