Potter’s Falls

Potter’s Falls is located in Morgan County on Crooked Fork Creek, a tributary to Emory River on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee.

Though parking is limited to a few spaces, it’s a rural setting and people probably park along the side of the road. I had the area to myself during my visit, but an abundance of spray-painted graffiti near the bridge, and a couple of rope swings, indicates its popularity. Potter’s Falls consists of two sets of waterfalls for visitors to enjoy.

Upper Potter’s Falls

Standing 18-feet tall and spanning the width of Crooked Fork Creek, Upper Potter’s Falls can be accessed within a short 100-foot walk from the parking area. The falls are beautiful, though graffiti is visible on both sides of the bridge. But, looking on the bright side, it appears that Bruce Loves Donna.

Lower Potter’s Falls

A short distance further downstream along an old forest road, hikers can access Lower Potter’s Falls. This is actually a set of two falls, standing 12-feet and 8-feet tall, respectively. It’s a scenic spot to enjoy the pristine beauty of nature, and to do so without distraction.

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Each of these photographs are available as prints in my gallery. You can select from framed, canvas, art, poster, metal, wood, acrylic or tapestry. Also, framed prints may be customized.

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Lower Potter’s Falls

River Rapids

Middle Prong Little River

This morning photograph was taken at the Tremont section in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, along the rocky Middle Prong Little River. If you’d be interested in a print for your home or workplace, you can visit my gallery to see more.

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Richland Creek

Water races rapidly around rocks in the gorge of Richland Creek, located along the Laurel-Snow Trail, near Dayton, Tennessee. If you’d be interested in a print for your home or office, visit my gallery.

Nemo Rapids

On The Emory River


Located in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, near Wartburg, Tennessee, the scenic Nemo Rapids provides visitors with a thunderous white water spectacle. You can visit my shops at Pixels, Society 6 and ArtPal for a closer look at fine merchandise options and available prints. Thanks!

Little Piney Creek

With a low water line, this photograph was taken while exploring Little Piney Creek, located on the Cumberland Plateau, near Grandview, Tennessee. Prints available.

Black And White Creek Bed

Prints available. Black and white photograph featuring dappled light in a dry creek bed at the Window Cliffs State Natural Area, located south of Cookeville, Tennessee.

Fishing At Twin Falls 2

Located along Caney Fork River at the Rock Island State Park, in Tennessee, this morning photograph features two fishermen at the base of the 80-foot tall Twin Falls. Prints available.

Clear Creek

Photographed near Barnett Bridge in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, still water of Clear Creek reflects a hillside of trees and a moderately clouded sky. Prints available.

Small Waterfall

At approx. 8-feet tall, this small waterfall can easily be enjoyed from a scenic pullover along West Prong Little River, heading towards Cades Cove. You can also enjoy this natural landscape in the comfort of your home, when you purchase a print from my gallery. Visit to see more.

Window Cliffs Waterfall

Standing 20-feet tall and located on Caney Creek in the Window Cliffs State Natural Area, this picturesque waterfall would make a fine addition to an empty wall space in your home. There are a variety of prints to choose from – you can visit my gallery to see more. Other gift and apparel items are also available in my shop at Redbubble.

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Little Piney Creek

With low water during summer months, I decided to leave the trail and explore the great outdoors, following Little Piney Creek upstream toward Upper Piney Falls. Though I later fell on my keister (d’oh!), this decision allowed me to enjoy many beautiful sights in a remote gorge environment.

Case in point, this photograph highlights unusual geological outcroppings, a rocky creek bed (underwater) with surface reflections of overhanging trees, and sunshine streaming from around the bend.

Prints are available in my gallery at Pixels, where customers can select between framed, canvas, art, metal, poster, wood, acrylic and tapestry. And, framed prints may be customized to make it your own! Also, you can discover more items in my shop at Redbubble. Thanks!