On The Road

I recently took a short road trip to the Norris Dam State Park, to enjoy some scenic driving along the Clinch River and surrounding area.

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Return To Burgess Falls

On the Falling Water River, Burgess Falls State Park is centrally located between Nashville, Chattanooga and Knoxville, Tennessee, with four scenic waterfalls cascading down over 250-feet.

An easy hike, the trail is only 1.5 miles out and back, and there’s an observation platform for viewing Lower Falls. Ample parking, restrooms, drinking fountain & convenient filling station for water bottles are available. It’s a popular tourist attraction, and free, thus visitors are advised to arrive early.

The Four Waterfalls

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There’s also another parking area upstream, located next to an old dam. Though in a state of disrepair with no trespassing signs posted, it’s nevertheless possible to stay clear and enjoy remote views.

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Also: see my first visit to Burgess Falls.

Sugarloaf Mountain Park

Following a hike at Benton Falls, I later found Ocoee Dam No. 2 – a hydroelectric dam along the Ocoee River, in Polk County, Tennessee, built between 1912-1913.

At the adjacent Sugarloaf Mountain Park, I learned that materials to construct this rock-filled crib-type dam had been quarried from a hillside across the river, with structural remnants of a railway bridge still intact.

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Scenic Drive To Norris Dam

I recently enjoyed a scenic drive to Norris Dam, located along the Clinch River between Anderson & Campbell counties, Tennessee.

The hydro-electric dam opened on March 4, 1936, after nearly 2.5 years of construction. It stands 265-feet tall by 1860-feet wide, and has a maximum generating capacity of 126 megawatts.

Long Range
Street View
Over The Edge
Marina

Norris Dam State Park includes more than 4000 acres on Norris Reservoir, the largest reservoir on a tributary of the Tennessee River. The park also operates a fully equipped marina with boat ramp, which is available to the general public.

Rushing Water

Peering out over the edge of a wooden barrel on the verge of plummeting 15 feet down a waterfall, I questioned the wisdom of my decision to accept a challenge from friends…lol. Actually, this photograph was taken at the Barton Dam in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I added it to my gallery at Fine Art America today, so drop in for a visit sometime…

Barton Dam

Built in 1912-1913, Barton Dam is one of Ann Arbor’s four dams on the Huron River. It stands 34 feet high and 1767 feet long. This hydroelectric power facility has a 900-kilowatt turbine that generates 4.2 million kWh per year. Guests are invited to visit my gallery at Fine Art America to review a variety of prints and other items featuring this photograph.

Water From A Dam

Enjoy this photography of water passing through a dam on the Huron River in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Looking down over the rail, the algae covered spillway and base structure cast a green hue under the rushing waters. If you’d like to make a splash by adding a new print in your home or office, then stop by my gallery at Fine Art America.

Huron River Dam

With temperatures finally rising above freezing, some of the snow and ice has melted back into the Huron River, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. As such, the water was really moving with force over the spillway on a nearby dam, seen here – good thing I had my camera. Now, this picture is available to adorn the walls of your home or office – just stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to review a variety of print types and make a selection. Enjoy!