Black and white photograph featuring a light morning fog hovering above a lake and forest. Taken in Cookeville, Tennessee. See prints.
Water from City Lake Falls runs downhill along a rocky surface, over moss and small ledges. Photographed on the Cumberland Plateau, in Cookeville, Tennessee. Prints available.
This is 75-foot tall Cummins Falls, located on the Cumberland Plateau in Cookeville, Tennessee. It’s a beautiful waterfall and popular statewide tourist destination, providing visitors a scenic 1.5 mile hike through the gorge, along Blackburn Fork River.
You don’t have to travel to enjoy this picturesque landscape, however. Simply visit my shop at Fine Art America and select a museum quality print to enjoy on a wall in your home, office, lobby, cafeteria, etc.. Several print types are available to suit your wishes.
This black and white photograph features a terraced rock base below Cummins Falls, located on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee. It would make a fine accent for an empty space on a wall in your home, and many print types are available.
Located in Cookeville, Tennessee, this waterfall is referred to as City Lake Falls. Smaller than many falls, it’s nevertheless an appealing location to visit – only 1/4 mile from the parking area. Prints available.
Some waterfalls can be visited only after an exhaustive hike over rugged terrain. Others, such as City Lake Falls, are much easier to observe, requiring only 1/4 mile walk through the forest on a paved trail. Located in Cookeville, Tennessee, you can enjoy this waterfall photography on a print from my gallery – all year long!
Situated in Cookeville, Tennessee, only eight miles from highway I-40 and 1/4 mile into the forest, City Lake Falls is an easily accessible and scenic treat for visitors. If you can’t make the trip, that’s okay – you can enjoy this scenery in your home, on a print from my gallery. Hope to see you soon!
This magical spot is known as City Lake Falls, located in Cookeville, Tennessee, 8 miles from the highway and only a 1/4 mile hike into the forest. See more.