Bridge Over Laurel Fork

Prints available. This foot bridge over Laurel Fork is located in the Cherokee National Forest, near Hampton, Tennessee, along the popular hiking trail to Laurel Falls.

Black And White Laurel Fork

Laurel Fork

This black and white photograph features Laurel Fork, a river along which I recently hiked to Laurel Falls. It’s located in the Cherokee National Forest in the Smoky Mountains, near Hampton, Tennessee. If you’d be interested in a print, then visit my gallery to discover a plethora of quality print options available. Framed prints purchases may be customized to suit your wishes.

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Bridge Over Laurel Fork

Prints available. I photographed this wooden foot bridge over Laurel Fork while on the hiking trail to Laurel Falls, in the Cherokee National Forest near Hampton, Tennessee. Many print types are available.

Laurel Falls

Laurel Falls is a beautiful waterfall located along the Appalachian Trail in the Cherokee National Forest near Hampton, Tennessee. It stands 40-feet tall by 50-feet wide and may be viewed by hiking 5.5 miles out and back. However, you can enjoy this picturesque scenery – at home or in the office – by purchasing a print in my shop. A variety of print types are available, which may be customized to your wishes.

Laurel Fork

Rushing Water


I photographed this nature landscape scene of Laurel Fork, while on a recent hike to Laurel Falls, in Hampton, Tennessee. If you might like to add it to an empty wall in your home or office, then visit my shop to select an appropriate print type of your choosing. There are many options available.

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Rapids On Laurel Fork

Prints available. White water rapids in shallow water along Laurel Fork, canopied under a green forest as the morning sun illuminates the gorge background. I shot this photograph while hiking on a trail to Laurel Falls, in Hampton, Tennessee. Thanks for shopping!

Laurel Falls

Located in the Cherokee National Forest near Hampton, Tennessee, Laurel Falls is a congressionally designated Pond Mountain Wilderness – meaning that recreation is intended to be primitive in nature.

To enjoy the 40-foot tall by 50-foot wide waterfall, visitors hike along a segment of the Appalachian Trail (AT). The lower/water route is 5.5 miles out and back, featuring wonderful views along Laurel Fork – I hiked this route both ways. There is also a shorter, higher/mountain route, totaling 4.5 miles.

Along the trail, you’ll encounter a few camping areas occupied with a small tent or two, as well as several hikers – some doing the AT. In fact, I bumped into a hiker who said he started in Georgia! The full length of the AT is almost 2200 miles, which begins at Springer Mountain, Georgia, and concludes at the northern terminus of Mount Katahdin, Maine (trivia: this mountain is where morning sunlight first reaches the Continental United States, for nine months of the year).

Laurel Falls

Each of these photographs (and more) are available as prints in my gallery at Pixels – select from framed, canvas, art, poster, metal, wood, acrylic and tapestry. Also, framed prints may be customized.

Add decoration to an empty wall in your home, office, business lobby, or school cafeteria…wherever you want to enjoy the beauty of nature!

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