Once upon a time, I observed that the photographs taken with my camera weren’t developing as well as I had expected. So, I carefully removed the lens for a closer look inside. There, emanating from a distance point, I observed distorted clusters of blue and red colors cast along a series of disjointed metallic rings.
Well, not really. I merely needed an introduction prior to requesting that you please visit my galleries at Pixels, Redbubble and/or Zazzle. This design is featured on some wonderful products which I know you’ll enjoy!!!
Located on the Falling Water River in Tennessee, Burgess Falls State Park is noted for its natural beauty and four waterfalls that cascade down from over 250 feet in elevation. A moderately strenuous 1.5-mile (round trip) trail along the edge of the gorge provides hikers with ample viewing opportunities, though, during my visit, one of the observation platforms was closed for repairs, as was a stairway leading to the base of Lower Falls. That said, it was nevertheless a very nice hike filled with compelling landscape scenery – highly recommended! And, a drinking fountain and restrooms are available, as is a convenient filling station for water bottles.
Elevation: 20 feet
Elevation: 30 feet
Elevation: 80 feet
Elevation: 136 feet
Here’s a short video of Lower Falls –
I’ve made prints available in my gallery at Pixels – stop by for a visit, sometime.
Enjoy this digital artwork of a sea turtle swimming in shallow ocean water across the sharp edges of a coral reef. If you’d be interested in a print for your home or office – or other items – then stop by my galleries at Pixels and Redbubble.
Might this be the beginning of another island in a chain of islands? Or, perhaps something more…the hatching of a prehistoric Pterodactyl? Whatever the case, these waters appear dangerous and not suitable for swimming! As such, guests are invited to discover some fun gifts and/or apparel merchandise in my galleries:
Living in Kalamazoo, Michigan, at the time, this neighborhood cat would periodically enter through a small window opening of my upstairs apartment in an older house. Shelter from rain, comfortable seating and an occasional helping of tunafish from a can served to reinforce a friendship over time.