Despite a low water level, this remote waterfall along Paine Creek – on the Cumberland Plateau, in Tennessee – provides a picturesque setting of rugged gorge, plunge pool and abundant moss. You can enjoy this nature landscape on a print in your home by visiting… Read More
Add some black and white to your walls with a print featuring tall cliffs. Photographed on the Cumberland Plateau. Available in my gallery at Fine Art America. Thanks for stopping by!
Decorate your home with this black and white photograph of a Paine Creek waterfall, located on the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee. Many print types available in my gallery. Enjoy!
I photographed this scenic and remote waterfall while exploring Paine Creek on the Cumberland Plateau, near Dayton, Tennessee. You can enjoy its beauty everyday – on a wall in your home – by visiting my gallery at Fine Art America. Thanks for stopping by!
Despite low water levels, this photograph of a waterfall along Paine Creek – on the Cumberland Plateau, near Dayton, Tennessee – would look great on a wall in your home. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America today and review a variety of print types… Read More
Here’s another photograph of the wonderful waterfall located at or near the top of Paine Creek. Guests are encouraged to visit my shop to see more & enjoy the great outdoors!
This sepia tone photograph features a close-up of a small waterfall along Paine Creek, on the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee, emerging from the inside of an old mine entrance. See more.
Located in Dayton, Tennessee, along the Laurel-Snow Trail on the Cumberland Plateau, Paine Creek is an obscure creek which feeds into the larger Richland Creek. It also has several waterfalls off the beaten trail, such as shown here. Prints available.
Photographed along Paine Creek on the Cumberland Plateau, near Dayton, Tennessee, this unusual point of view highlights a 12-foot waterfall flowing from the upper right to the lower left. See more.
Originally, my intention was to comb the rock bed along Richland Creek. Given low seasonal water levels across the Cumberland Plateau, I hoped to observe interesting underlying geological formations. However, things changed when I arrived. You’ve probably never heard of Paine Creek. It’s a rather… Read More