Prints available. Water from Paine Creek races down the gorge, between and over boulders, flowing beyond the Laurel-Snow Trail until finally connecting with Richland Creek. Located on the Cumberland Plateau, near Dayton, Tennessee.
Located in the South Cumberland State Park of Tennessee, northwest of Chattanooga, the picturesque Foster Falls stands 60-feet tall and features a broad plunge pool. Not far from the parking area, it’s a short hike down a steep trail – fun for all ages!
Prints available. This scenic capture features cascades at the Burgess Falls State Park, located on the Cumberland Plateau, near Sparta, Tennessee. If you have an empty wall at home or work, you might consider adding a print to liven up your living spaces. There are many different print types to select, so stop by when you’re in the neighborhood…
Prints available. Downstream from the top waterfall on Paine Creek, there are several smaller falls following gravity through a boulder-strewn hillside – as seen here, dropping 10-feet on to a fallen tree in the plunge pool below. I hope you enjoy my photography.
Hikers: if you haven’t visited this area, the Laurel-Snow State Natural Area near Dayton is one of the best kept secrets on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee. Whether hiking to Buzzards Point, Laurel Falls, or anywhere between, beautiful scenery abounds!
Prints available. From Richland Creek in the gorge, a hike up the ravine, along a few narrow passes and boulder fields, this beautiful waterfall on top of Paine Creek awaits visitors. Located on the Cumberland Plateau near Dayton, Tennessee.
Prints available. Morning sunlight brightens the deep gorge over Richland Creek on the Cumberland Plateau, while running water falls along Paine Creek. If you’d like to bring nature into your home or office, might I recommend this picturesque scenery. Come by to see several different print types available.
Prints available. High water on Emory River races around the bend and into a sunlit bank of lingering morning fog, at the base of an intact century-old structural support, from a railroad trestle. Photograph taken at Nemo Rapids, in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, near Wartburg, Tennessee.
Mild temperatures remained following a substantial rainfall to the west, so I drove 45 minutes to the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park and hiked to lower Jack Rock Falls. Due to the rain, everything was very slippery – soil, fallen leaves and rocks – requiring me to move slowly along the trail, and on steep areas of the mountain. Easy does it, they say. Fortunately, I didn’t fall and my photography is available on prints in the following shops: