Nature Photography

Interesting Geological Structure

This interesting stone wall was photographed in a gorge at Northrup Falls, located in the Colditz Cove State Natural Area, of Tennessee. These high cliffs provided shallow, cave-like structures once used by cliff-dwelling Woodland Indians – over 3,000 years ago. I’ve added this picture to my gallery at Pixels, where a variety of prints are available – a nice accent piece for your home or at the office!

7 comments on “Interesting Geological Structure

  1. That is a very beautiful photo. I love the geological feature and am hoping to capture some of our local features in clay!

    • Thanks – glad you like it! The gorge provided some wonderful, scenic views of colorful cliffs.

  2. Very interesting! 🙂👍

  3. I love this image, I guess I love geology!

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