Located in Elizabethon, Tennessee, Blue Hole Falls is a picturesque series of small waterfalls along Mill Creek.
It’s a short hike from the parking area to the falls, or you can enjoy this beautiful scenery all year long on a print of your choosing – framed, canvas, art, metal, poster, acrylic, wood or tapestry. See more in my gallery at Pixels.
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Following a morning rain, I stopped at a bridge in the forest of the Fall Creek Falls State Park, near Spencer, Tennessee, to take this landscape photograph. You can enjoy prints and more by visiting my shops at Pixels and Redbubble. Hope to see you soon – thanks!
At approx. 8-feet tall, this small waterfall can easily be enjoyed from a scenic pullover along West Prong Little River, heading towards Cades Cove. You can also enjoy this natural landscape in the comfort of your home, when you purchase a print from my gallery. Visit to see more.
This picturesque 20-foot tall waterfall was photographed on my recent hike to the Window Cliffs State Natural Area, near Baxter, Tennessee. If you’d like to decorate an empty wall in your home or at the office, prints are available. Stop by to find something for yourself, or as a gift!
As part of the park system, this small waterfall was photographed downstream of Twin Falls, as the morning sun crested gorge walls. Picturesque at 20-feet tall, this would look great on a print in your home – or, to give as a gift.
Located on 275-acres only 18 miles south of Cookeville, Tennessee, Window Cliffs is a popular hiking destination…and for good reason!
Designated as a state natural area in 2014, a 5.3 mile out and back trail crosses water on nine occasions, with provision of fixed coated-cables to assist hiker stability while in the water. Hikers should expect to get wet when visiting (it’s impossible not too), traversing creeks with depths up to waist deep. The first creek is the broadest, spanning an estimated 60-feet across.
Proper hiking shoes are essential, and hikers can expect to remove his/her shoes on occasion during the visit, displacing pebbles. In addition, a walking stick or trekking poles are highly recommended.
There are several points of interest along the hike, including creeks, gorge walls, vistas, forests, dried rocky riverbeds, a 20-foot tall waterfall, scenic overlook of Window Cliffs, and where the trail concludes, at the top of Window Cliffs. I plan to return again in autumn to complete the hike, as I unfortunately sustained a minor injury along the way.
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Photographed along the Laurel-Snow Trail in Dayton, Tennessee, this may appear to be several small rocks in a creek. However, the larger rock (at top) is approx. 6-feet wide by 8-feet tall, with a length of 12-feet….a boulder!