Prints available. Water splashes on the edge of a waterfall, before plummeting 30-feet into a plunge pool below. Photographed at Cane Creek Cascades, in the Fall Creek Falls State Park of Tennessee, USA.
Standing 30-feet tall, scenic Cane Creek Cascades are located in the expansive Fall Creek Falls State Park, near Spencer, Tennessee.
Situated conveniently near the Betty Dunn Nature Center, easy access to the cascades allow visitors of all ages to enjoy the beauty of nature during all-seasons in Tennessee.
Free admission, ample parking, restrooms and a gift shop are available. There is also a brand new suspension bridge across Cane Creek, though still closed during final preparations, providing access to hiking trails.
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Available on prints in my gallery, this close-up capture of cascades along Cane Creek was photographed at the Fall Creek Falls State Park, on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee.
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Cane Creek Cascades is located in the Fall Creek Falls State Park, in Spencer, Tennessee. It was raining on-and-off during my visit in the early morning hours, and this image represents a stack of 20 individual photographs shot in close succession. It’s available on a variety of fine quality prints & more – visit my gallery at Pixels.
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This waterfalls photography features a close up of Cane Creek Cascades, located at Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee, with an infrared filter. Guests may see more in my shop at Pixels. Thanks for visiting!
See Part One – “Cane Creek Falls, Tennessee“
Though I wish that Cane Creek had had more water during my visit to the Fall Creek Falls State Park, in Tennessee, the shallow waterline allowed me an opportunity to traverse into areas which I would otherwise not have been able to explore. With one last look towards the top edge of Cane Creek Falls, I turned to proceed onward.
Facing upstream, now, I enjoyed views which included stacked layers of sandstone outcroppings and high walls, as well as stepping stones scattered across the creek:
Turning the corner, I could see Cane Creek Cascades in the distance, as well as a person walking along the cable suspension-bridge, crossing the creek:
Here are some more photographs of Cane Creek Cascades –
After a pleasant stay, the time had come to continue my adventure hiking Fall Creek Falls State Park. The trail was across the creek, so I walked along the cable suspension-bridge …
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