Water rushes rapidly down the Middle Prong Little River, under a one lane bridge I photographed in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains, Tenneesse. There are many prints available in my gallery…
The Letter “W”
Wayfarers wish for woodlands wet with waterfalls.
PHOTO CREDIT: modified photo from unsplash.com.
Following several days of heavy rain in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, visitors are greeted with an abundance of small waterfalls. Many are temporary and gone in only a few days. This particular falls remains throughout the year, though with less water flowing. Often, it’s a matter of timing & flexibility.
Located in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, Spruce Flats Falls stands 30-feet tall and can be enjoyed along a moderately difficult hike of 2 miles out and back. On the other hand, you can visit my gallery online to select a print for your home, office, business lobby or cafeteria setting – that may be easier. Hope to see you soon!
With high water on Lynn Camp Prong, this waterway formed to flow around taller rocks before reconnecting. It was morning and sunlight was beginning to stream into the forest, on to the water.
Bald River Falls
The scenic Bald River Falls stands 90-feet tall and is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the area. Located in the Cherokee National Forest of the Southern Appalachian Mountains of eastern Tennessee, this photograph was taken on a bridge from the road, a short distance from parking.