All posts tagged “boulders

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Shifting Reflections

From static to dynamic, ripples in moving water shift the reflection of a rocky shore and green forest. If you’re interested in a print for your home or office, then I encourage you to visit my gallery at Fine Art America. Thanks!

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Grey Heron Fishing

As I approached Richland Creek, I spotted this large Grey Heron standing attentive on a boulder, approximately 40-feet away, and used my zoom lens to get a closer shot. It was apparent, judging from water marks on the rock (see lower right corner) that this… Read More

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Falling Water

Photographed along Paine Creek on the Cumberland Plateau, near Dayton, Tennessee, this unusual point of view highlights a 12-foot waterfall flowing from the upper right to the lower left. See more.

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Adventure At Paine Creek

Originally, my intention was to comb the rock bed along Richland Creek. Given low seasonal water levels across the Cumberland Plateau, I hoped to observe interesting underlying geological formations. However, things changed when I arrived. You’ve probably never heard of Paine Creek. It’s a rather… Read More

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Creek Among Boulders

This picturesque photograph features Big Laurel Creek, a cascading waterway which I enjoyed hiking along en route to Virgin Falls. I’ve added it to my gallery at Pixels, where visitors can find a variety of prints – great for the home, office, lobby or cafeteria… Read More

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The Cumberland River

You may not be able to visit the state of Kentucky, but you can still enjoy this view of The Cumberland River by visiting my gallery at Pixels. There, you may select among several different print types (framed, canvas, art, wood, metal, acrylic), and more!… Read More