Savage Gulf

This is the Savage Gulf State Natural Area. Located near Beersheba Springs, Tennessee, in the South Cumberland State Park, hikers can explore nearly 16,000 acres of wilderness, with 50 miles of trails and several different waterfalls. Prints available.

Forest Bridge

Following a morning rain, I stopped at a bridge in the forest of the Fall Creek Falls State Park, near Spencer, Tennessee, to take this landscape photograph. You can enjoy prints and more by visiting my shops at Pixels and Redbubble. Hope to see you soon – thanks!

Top Shelf

Savage Gulf


Only one mile from parking, hikers at the Savage Gulf State Natural Area can enjoy expansive landscape views from broad cap stone bluffs. In fact, this spot immediately proceeds The Stone Door.

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Savage Gulf

Scenic Overlook

This is the Savage Gulf State Natural Area, located near Beersheba Springs, Tennessee, in the South Cumberland State Park, where hikers can explore nearly 16,000 acres of wilderness, with 50 miles of trails and several different waterfalls.

Enjoy this view from the comfort of your home or workplace, but don’t get to close to the edge!

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Flashback To Autumn

Cumberland Plateau


I shot this photograph last October while visiting the Fall Creek Falls State Park, in Tennessee. If you’d be interested in a print for a wall in your home or office, then visit my gallery to select a print suitable to your liking. Thank you!

View From Tennessee

Savage Gulf State Natural Area


Prints available. Located within the 15,590-acre South Cumberland State Park, the Savage Gulf State Natural Area has an abundance of beautiful scenery, such as featured here, not far from the Stone Door. Other hiking attractions include Lower Greeter Falls, Upper Greeter Falls, and Boardtree Falls, to name a few. It’s truly a great place to visit!

Prints. You’ll find many different print type to suit your interests, whether for the home or a workplace environment – including: framed, canvas, art, poster, metal, acrylic, wood and tapestries.

Cane Creek Falls

Located on the Cumberland Plateau near Spencer, Tennessee, in the Fall Creek Falls State Park, this is Cane Creek Falls. Standing 85-feet tall with an expansive plunge pool, hikers may access the base of these falls via the “cable trail”. Prints available.

Cane Creek Cascades

Located in the Fall Creek Falls State Park, near Spencer, Tennessee, Cane Creek Cascades stand 30-feet tall and are easily accessible for visitors to enjoy. This photograph was taken in autumn. Prints are available in my online shops at Pixels and ArtPal. Thanks for visiting!

Long View of Conasauga Falls

By carefully moving along steep & muddy hillsides covered in wet-leaves, clutching to anything stationary to prevent from falling, I slowly managed to find my way downstream quite a distance, for this long view of Conasauga Falls. Located near Tellico Plains in the Cherokee Mountains of southern Tennessee. Prints available at Pixels and/or ArtFlakes. Makes a great gift-giving idea, also.

Catawba Falls

This photograph features a middle-section view of Catawba Falls, located in the Pisgah National Forest, east of Asheville, North Carolina. Prints are available in my galleries at Pixels and ArtFlakes. Makes a great gift-giving idea, too. Thanks for visiting!

Ozone Falls State Natural Area

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Welcome

Situated on the eastern edge of the Crab Orchard Mountains on the Cumberland Plateau, in Cumberland County, Tennessee, Ozone Falls is the third tallest waterfall in the state with an elevation of 110-feet. And, after splashing into the plunge pool, Fall Creek disappears underground – like magic! Approximately 30-feet away, however, the creek re-emerges from under several huge boulders, at a lower point downstream.

I visited the falls following a day of rain. As such, I encountered many slippery rock-surfaces along the trail down into the gorge. Hikers should use caution – walking sticks are a good idea – and appropriate footwear is strongly recommended!

Photography

Here are some photographs from Ozone Falls State Natural Area

Prints

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Video

From the base of Ozone Falls, near the plunge pool –