Prints available. Located in the Laurel-Snow State Natural Area, near Dayton, Tennessee, Richland Creek provides visitors with scenic, peaceful surroundings. Hikers can discover boulders as large as 50-feet, a series of small and large waterfalls, and also historic remnants over 100 years old from the Dayton Coal & Iron Company.
This video was taken on my Adventure At Paine Creek, which details an extensive hike both up & down a gorge, as well as the rewarding discovery of a waterfall. This area is located in Dayton, TN, along the Laurel-Snow Trail on the Cumberland Plateau, and Paine Creek is an obscure creek feeding into Richland Creek. Prints available.
This is Richland Creek, a scenic waterway running along the Laurel-Snow Falls Trail, near Dayton, Tennessee. There are many sights to enjoy, here, and I encourage hikers to visit the park – it’s one of my favorites! Prints available.
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.
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.
After a 3-mile hike to Laurel Falls, located in the Laurel Snow State Natural Area, in Dayton, Tennessee, I opted to follow Laurel Creek – rather than the trail – back through the gorge. The area was strewn with large boulders, and I also discovered many smaller waterfalls – as seen here. If you’re interested in decorating a wall in your home or office, you’ll discover many different prints in my gallery. Thanks for stopping by!
Water streams over terraced rock surfaces in this lovely cascades photograph, shot on Laurel Creek along the Laurel-Snow Trail near Dayton, Tennessee. A variety of prints are available – perhaps you have an empty wall in need of attention? Thanks for stopping by!