Located in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, the Lynn Camp Prong Cascades provide a beautiful resting area for hikers along the Middle Prong Trail. If you can’t visit the area, you can still enjoy this beautiful waterfall on a print in your home or office! Come see a variety of print types available in my galleries at Pixels and/or Zazzle.
Sunlight beamed through the forest canopy in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, illuminating the trail along which I enjoyed peace and quiet on a morning walk. You, too, might enjoy this scenery in your home or office – if so, visit my gallery at Pixels. Several print types are available to select, in addition to other items.
Enjoy my digital rendition of a deer standing in a field of green, with forest faintly visible in the distance. Based on a photograph, this image is available on prints and more in my gallery at Pixels. Come by for a visit, sometime!
Under a cloud-covered sky of stars, a mysterious structure at sea emits a glowing blue light into the night – a beacon to those wishing to discover fun items available in my galleries at Pixels and Redbubble.
Enjoy a ride in the desert on a wide open road behind the wheel of this vintage Volkswagen Beetle, and please drive safely (you might also want to repair the front bumper). This image is available in my galleries at Pixels and Redbubble.
Enjoy this digital artwork of a prospective show dog resting on a moss-covered tree stump. If you like dogs and might be interested in a print, then stop by my galleries at Pixels and/or Zazzle for more.
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.
I photographed this interesting geological structure while hiking in Tennessee, at Piney Falls State Natural Area. Located on the ceiling of an overhang from a gorge-wall, these outcroppings represent the end result of erosion, where small amounts of water seeping through sandstone over time have deposited minuscule amounts of mineral – creating these downward structures – before succumbing to gravity; whereby a scattered array of indentations in the hardened ground may be observed.
Riveted sections of sheet metal form the curved space of reflection, golden hues cast from a growing sun – or, something like that. This contemporary abstract artwork was created using the following software:
Adobe Photoshop, Filter Forge & Affinity Photo
Guests are encouraged to visit my galleries – Pixels, Society 6, Redbubble – to discover a wide assortment of interesting items available featuring this design.
On a recent hike in Fall Creek Falls State Park, I visited the base of the falls, and, afterward, exited the gorge by following along the (nearly) dry creek bed – later, I would climb a hill to reacquire the trail. Today, I added this nature photography to my gallery at Pixels. Stop by for a visit!
With a low volume of water present, I was able to approach the top edge of Cane Creek Falls, while hiking recently at the Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee. I’ve added this photograph to my gallery at Pixels.
Featured here in black-and-white is a tree which has given way to time, fallen into three section across the ground. I took this photograph along the trail while hiking at Fall Creek Falls State Park, in Tennessee.
For a while, listening to music on 8-track tapes was all the rage. Then came the cassette tape, compact disk, and, most recently, digital downloads. This graphic design looks back to the cassette tape, when a person had to wait to rewind or fast forward before enjoying their favorite songs. It may seem like an inconvenience, but the (then) new capacity of an individual being able to make physical recordings was an exciting prospect, something that wasn’t possible with commercial 8-track tape players. Anyway, that was then – now, this design is available on prints and other merchandise in my gallery at Pixels. Drop by for a visit, sometime!
This is my third & final post highlighting Tennessee’s Fall Creek Falls State Park. I’d recommend this park for anyone interested in hiking and/or photography. Consider planning your visit following a period of rain, so that waterfalls will be robust.
Having enjoyed both Cane Creek Falls and Cane Creek Cascades, I was ready to continue my journey. Across Cane Creek, I found the trail rough at times, though could soon hear the sound of falling water emanating from the next gorge ahead.
At an impressive 256-feet, Fall Creek Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in the eastern United States. Here are photographs as I approached the falls & gorge:
Here’s a view of Fall Creek Falls, as seen from the designated observation platform:
It’s difficult to convey the true sense of enormity of this gorge and waterfall, so I’ve included the following photographs of people at the base of the falls. The red arrow shows a woman with a backpack, then a closer view moments later via zoom lens:
Before beginning my descent into the gorge, I took a few more photographs from the observation platform:
The walk down to the base of the falls was the most difficult stretch of trail I’d encountered at this park, with plenty of opportunities to trip or twist an ankle. Be careful! Here are a few examples, and also a couple waterfall photographs:
I’ll no doubt be adding more random photographs from my hike at Fall Creek Falls State Park to my gallery at Pixels, over time. In the meantime, stop by for a visit to see some great prints suitable for your home or office!
Though I wish that Cane Creek had had more water during my visit to the Fall Creek Falls State Park, in Tennessee, the shallow waterline allowed me an opportunity to traverse into areas which I would otherwise not have been able to explore. With one last look towards the top edge of Cane Creek Falls, I turned to proceed onward.
Facing upstream, now, I enjoyed views which included stacked layers of sandstone outcroppings and high walls, as well as stepping stones scattered across the creek:
Turning the corner, I could see Cane Creek Cascades in the distance, as well as a person walking along the cable suspension-bridge, crossing the creek:
Here are some more photographs of Cane Creek Cascades –
After a pleasant stay, the time had come to continue my adventure hiking Fall Creek Falls State Park. The trail was across the creek, so I walked along the cable suspension-bridge …
If you’d be interested in a print – or other items – featuring my photography from Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee, then please visit my gallery at Pixels. Thanks for stopping by.
Enjoy my artistic rendition of people crossing the street in the rain. Based on a free photograph from unsplash.com, taken in Manhattan, New York, I used Adobe Photoshop and Filter Forge to modify this image. It’s now available on prints – and more – in my gallery at Pixels – stop by for a visit…