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After seeing a photo of this waterfall, Ladderbucket Falls, I knew I had to go visit just because of its unique shape. So I decided to leave work early one day and called my wife and said lets go hike to Ladderbucket and she agreed. So we loaded up and drove three hours south, parked, and began the 2 mile hike. We got a little bit of a late start and I underestimated how long it would take us to travel those two miles. We finally got there and only stayed for about 30 mins and then had to hike back out. But not before I got a few good shots of this place.
This waterfall is tucked away deep inside a grotto in the Ozark National Forest area. It comes spiraling down a staircase like rock structure then empties into an emerald pool below. The grotto walls make perfect half circle lines that take you right to the waterfall. Up close you feel like you are standing next to some Roman bath house. Its an amazing place to hike and photograph.
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