Enjoy my artistic rendition of a waterfall photographed in 1996 at the Cumberland Falls State Park in Kentucky. Not the primary attraction, this secondary falls was discovered downstream while exploring the area. Incidentally, regarding the primary Cumberland Falls – also called the “Niagara of the South” – with a full moon and clear night sky you can see the moonbow (a lunar rainbow that appears in the base of the waterfall). This phenomenon is not found anywhere else in the Western Hemisphere! Visit my gallery at Pixels to discover an assortment of items available featuring this image.
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