Prints available. Like many waterfalls dependent on lesser streams, Jack Rock Falls is no exception – a reduced volume of water flows during summer months. This recent morning photograph was taken as a few stray beams of sunshine brightened areas of falling water.
As photographed facing south from a scenic overlook along Oswald Road in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of Tennessee, sparse morning clouds populate areas in the valley below. Prints available.
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!
Water cascades over and around boulders in a shade-covered section of Richland Creek. It’s located near Dayton, Tennessee, on the Cumberland Plateau along the Laurel-Snow Trail.
This photograph would look great in your home!
Known as the “Niagara of The South”, this view of the picturesque 60-foot tall Cumberland Falls was photographed across the Cumberland River while hiking on a trail to Eagle Falls. You can enjoy a print at home when you visit my gallery to purchase one of many different print types available, or check out my shop at Society 6. Thanks for stopping by!
I’m guessing that you would enjoy looking at this beautiful waterfall on a wall in your home, yes? It’s called Blue Hole Falls, a wonderful series of four waterfalls located along Mill Creek near Elizabethton, Tennessee. Prints are available in several selections, as well as many other products, too. Visit these shops: