This scenic black and white photograph was taken at the Burgess Falls State Park, on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee. A variety of prints are available to adorn the walls of your domicile, so stop by sometime and check it out…
Located near Spencer, Tennessee, the Rock Island State Park has 883-acres along the Caney Fork, Collins and Rocky Rivers. It also features the rugged beauty of an expansive Caney Fork Gorge.
On my first visit to the park, I learned that, in order to access the base of Great Falls, a 30-foot horseshoe cascading waterfall, one should expect to get wet. Most folks in the gorge on the south side of the Caney Fork River near the waterfall are there to swim in a large plunge pool, sporting water shoes and swim attire. Keeping dry can be difficult and entails carefully navigating a very slippery, narrow and moss-covered non-flat surface.
Recalling my previous experience, I decided that, this time, I’d attempt to access the area via a trail originating from across the river, near the Twin Falls parking area. There were several signs along the way stating, ‘No Access Above Falls’, indicating that I was probably headed in the right direction. Beyond a pond and across a forested hillside, I was able to traverse a series of rocks in the river, which led me to the base of the waterfalls – and, I stayed dry!
Photographs 1 & 2 were taken looking back at the trail which I had hiked moments earlier.
If you’d like to accent a wall in your home or office with a print featuring my photography, you can visit my gallery at Fine Art America to select the print type which best suits your interests.
I hope that you find something to purchase and enjoy for years to come. Thanks for visiting!
This textural, scientific artwork features my abstract rendition of a microscopic molecule. If you’d be interested in seeing it on different print types, then please visit my gallery at Fine Art America.
Located at the Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee, this photograph captures a view along rock ledges into the mist, over the top edge of 85-foot Cane Creek Falls. If you’d be interested in a print for your home, then please visit my gallery for a selection of options. Thanks!
Located in the South Cumberland State Park of Tennessee, near Palmer, Savage Creek flows over cascades and down the picturesque 30-foot Savage Falls.
Welcome To The Savage Gulf State Natural Area
With nearly 16,000-acres on the western edge of the Cumberland Plateau, park visitors can discover over 50 miles of wilderness trails. The hike to Savage Falls, however, is only 3.6 miles out and back along well kept trails of mostly hard packed soil. There are some rocks, and a substantial amount of roots – hikers should expect sore feet the next day! Also, there are two suspension bridges over waterways, each with a two-person limit. Follow the white blaze markers.
There is a Ranger Station with clean restrooms, running water, recycling and trash bins. Several benches are also located near an information bulletin board, and a secured voluntary donations box is available for contributions. Lastly, there is a sign-in clipboard for hikers to log in/out times.
The trail follows the flow of Savage Creek, so hikers will first encounter a broad set of cascades above the falls. Next, a view from the top of the falls can be enjoyed while standing on a large, flat rock. Lastly, a wooden stairway leads to a plunge pool at the base of Savage Falls, where many rocks can serve as seating for hikers to enjoy the view and a rest. There is also a second waterfall tucked away behind several large boulders, only slightly downstream. In order to get a good view, you’ll need to climb down a short hillside and traverse across several slippery rocks – if you can manage to do so carefully, the view is worth it!
If you’d be interested in a print of any kind, visit my gallery at Fine Art America. Each product is manufactured at one of 16 global production facilities and delivered “ready-to-hang” with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Enjoy the great outdoors all year long, in your home or office!
On the eastern edge of the Crab Orchard Mountains on the Cumberland Plateau, Ozone Falls is the third tallest waterfall in Tennessee, standing 110-feet tall.
Similar to other waterfalls dependent on small creeks, the volume of water flowing is closely correlated with rainfall and the time of year. On my recent visit, the water was low, but the scenery is always a treat! From the small parking area, it’s an easy hike on a flat surface to see the top of the falls, though the trek to the basin is more challenging, rocky – use caution.
If you’d be interested in a print of any kind, visit my gallery at Pixels. There you’ll discover the following photographs, as well as other shots from previous visits to Ozone Falls.
Great in the home, office, business lobby or cafeteria setting, several print types are available to suit your interests. Thanks for stopping by!
Decorate a wall in your home with a print of this sunrise photography, taken in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, featuring morning reflections on clouds.
Decorate your home with a print of this beautiful North Carolina waterfall – Second Falls. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, this picturesque scenery is the perfect accent to brighten your living spaces. Listen closely and you can imagine the sound of running water – enjoy the great outdoors!
Photographed along the Cumberland River in Kentucky, located near the base of Cumberland Falls, this black and white image presents a variety of downed trees, etc., which commonly collect on the shore following seasonal fluctuations in water levels. Prints available.
Located a short distance across the Cumberland River in McCreary County, Kentucky, the 3 mile out and back trail to Eagle Falls is both challenging and rewarding.
If planning to visit on the weekend, make sure to arrive early, as parking is limited to approximately 15 spaces. There are no restrooms or water fountains on the trail, though you will encounter some excellent views of Cumberland Falls, from points both elevated and at water level.
If you’d be interested in a print of any kind, visit my gallery at Pixels. There you’ll discover the following photographs, as well as other shots from previous visits to the 30-foot tall Eagle Falls.
Select from the following print types: framed, canvas, art, poster, metal, wood, acrylic and tapestries. Museum quality products manufactured from premium materials with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Several other items are also available. Hope to see you soon. Thanks!