A low volume of water flowing from Moore Cove Falls creates a nearly transparent curtain
An image of Moore Cove Falls in North Carolina shot with a higher speed to almost freeze the falling water
When there is less water, Moore Cove Falls almost seems like a curtain
Moore Creek has a low volume of water, especially during dry spells. Moore Cove Falls is most spectacular after a good rain. Extended dry weather can reduce the falls to a trickle. The best part of this waterfall is the ability to walk behind it and hang out under a large rock overhang.
Near the popular Looking Glass Falls is the hidden jewel of Moore Cove Falls, a towering, 50-foot free-falling waterfall set in a scenic creek valley filled with fern and rhododendron located in the Pisgah National Forest near Brevard, North Carolina
A tree appropriately bifurcates Looking Glass waterfalls and the continuing Davidson River in North Carolina
Looking Glass Falls in North Carolina slows down to a flowing stream within 100 feet of the waterfalls