All posts tagged “cascades

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Catawba Falls

Located near Old Fort, North Carolina, only 26 miles east of Asheville, the 100-foot tall Catawba Falls highlights the scenic beauty of the Pisgah National Forest. Following a well maintained trail along a mossy riverbed on the Catawba River, the sounds of rushing water over… Read More

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Forest Cascades

Located at the Fall Creek Falls State Park, near Spencer, Tennessee, Paw Paw Creek is a small waterway tucked away in the forest, off the beaten trail. These beautiful forest cascades would also look wonderful in your home – so, have a look at prints… Read More

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Black And White Cascades

Available in my galleries at Fine Art America and ArtPal, a variety of fine prints await your purchase as a decorative accent for your home or office. These black and white cascades were photographed in the South Cumberland State Park, upstream of Savage Falls.

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Cascades At Savage Falls

These beautiful cascades would make a wonderful accent to a wall in your home. Located upstream of Savage Falls in the South Cumberland State Park, terraced rock surfaces redirect water downstream in a dozen different directions. Visit my galleries at Fine Art America & ArtPal.

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Rocks And Water

Follow the water falling over rocks in cascades, flowing with gravity from Meigs Falls downstream towards Little River. Located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, many fine prints are available in my gallery to enjoy in your home, office, lobby or cafeteria setting.

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Convergence of Cascades

Enjoy a print of my black and white photography, featuring a convergence of cascades located approx. 100-feet upstream from Lower Falls, at the Burgess Falls State Park, near Sparta, Tennessee. Many different print types are available to select.

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Carved Rock On River

Though not uncommon, it’s always interesting to find boulders along the river with pockets carved-out over the millennium, from powerful river water consistently bombarding depressions with smaller stones. Prints available.

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Waterfall On Paine Creek

Located in Dayton, Tennessee, along the Laurel-Snow Trail on the Cumberland Plateau, Paine Creek is an obscure creek which feeds into the larger Richland Creek. It also has several waterfalls off the beaten trail, such as shown here. Prints available.