Dry Creek

Cherokee National Forest

Water in Dry Creek cascades around moss covered boulders and fallen timber along the trail to Margarette Falls. Located in Greeneville, Tennessee, this mountain landscape is beautiful, with numerous asides to enjoy. If you’d like, you too can enjoy this scenery – in your home or office – by purchasing a print from my gallery.

Print types include framed, art, canvas, poster, metal, acrylic, wood and tapestry.

Enjoy the great outdoors!

Beauty Everywhere

Another Waterfall

During my hike to Margarette Falls, it seemed like every time I turned around I saw another beautiful landscape scene…such as this 10-foot tall waterfall. Granted, access to this view entailed cautious hiking off trail, but the area truly has an abundance of beauty. You too can enjoy this scenery, on a print from my shop. So, stop by and find something you like!

Water And Rocks

Prints available. This scenic landscape photography highlights a 10-foot tall waterfall flowing between moss-covered embankments. Photographed along the Margarette Falls Trail in Greeneville, Tennessee.

Water In Dry Creek

Hike To Margarette Falls

Located in the Cherokee National Forest near Greeneville, Tennessee, the mountain trail to Margarette Falls follows Dry Creek and features some wonderful landscape scenery – as seen here. If interested, you can visit my gallery to purchase museum quality prints of all kinds.

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Cascades On Dry Creek

I recently photographed these small cascades on Dry Creek while hiking to Margarette Falls, located in the Cherokee National Forest of the Smoky Mountains, in Greeneville, Tennessee. Many prints are available, so come by sometime and have a look around. Thanks!

Small Waterfalls

On The Rocks

I photographed these two small waterfalls along Dry Creek on my hike to Margarette Falls, in Greeneville, Tennessee. This area had an abundance of natural beauty and I certainly hope to return, again.

Prints are available.

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Margarette Falls

Beauty In The Forest

Standing 60-feet tall, Margarette Falls is located in Greeneville, Tennessee, and provides visitors with a scenic geological display. This particular shot was photographed after climbing a series of steep terraced ledges. A variety of prints are available to enjoy in my shop online – framed, canvas, art, poster, acrylic, metal, wood and tapestries. Enjoy the great outdoors in your home or office!

Dry Creek

Greeneville, Tennessee

One advantage of hiking up a mountain to see a waterfall – in this case, Margarette Falls – is the variety of interesting cascades and small falls along the trail. I photographed this landscape of Dry Creek while visiting the area for the first time, recently, and recommend it to anyone who enjoys the great outdoors.

Prints available.

Black And White Trail

Hike To Margarette Falls

This black and white landscape photograph was taken along a very rocky section of an uphill trail, while hiking to Margarette Falls – located in Greeneville, Tennessee.

If you’d be interested in a print for your home or office, then visit my gallery at Pixels – many types of prints are available.

Margarette Falls

On Dry Creek

Located in the Cherokee National Forest near Greeneville, Tennessee, Margarette Falls stands 60-feet tall, has a plunge pool, and the hike along Dry Creek also provides visitors with many smaller waterfalls to enjoy. Prints available.

Dry Creek Falls

Following my visit to the scenic Margarette Falls, I hiked back on the trail along Dry Creek, where I found a series of beautiful smaller waterfalls – such as featured here. Only 5-feet tall, the sounds of water flowing provided a pleasant respite to enjoy nature. You can enjoy the same with a print from my shop. Whether in your home or place of employment, there are a variety of print options to review. So, stop by for a visit and have a look around – thanks!

Upstream Waterfall 2

Explore Nature

This is the second shot of the Upstream Waterfall, at a lower point where the water joins Dry Creek – seen here, flowing left to right. Though it is a very beautiful sight, hikers should remain wary to safeguard themselves against falling on slippery surfaces. If you look closely in the upper right, you’ll see the top waterfall among the leaves, shown more prominently viewing the first shot.

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