Roadside Waterfall

It doesn’t take too much water to transform this often scant waterfall into a powerful roadside attraction. Located only 20-feet from a gravel road in the Tremont section of Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains, it feeds into the Middle Prong Little River. Prints available.

Roadside Creek

Scenic Spot


I don’t know the name of this creek, but it’s easily accessible from a small parking area along the drive into Cades Cove – in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. It’s also easy to secure a print for yourself through my online shop at Pixels.

Scenic Roadside Creek

Greetings!!!

On a recent visit to Cades Cove, located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, near Townsend, I pulled over to park near a creek and explore the area. This photograph was taken that day.

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Roadside Attraction

Prints available. This small creek is located along the drive to Cades Cove, in the Smoky Mountains near Townsend, Tennessee. If you’d like to see it in person, then drive beyond the tunnel some distance until you spot a small parking area on the left, close to and before a stone bridge over the creek. If the temperatures are between 30-34 degrees, as per my visit, try and remember to bring a pair of gloves…D’oh!

Cliff Branch Falls

Standing only 12-feet tall, Cliff Branch Falls can be enjoyed by visitors driving through the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. But don’t blink, though, or you might miss it – the falls are located along the edge of US-441. No trail. No hiking. There is, however, a small area to park – so, bring a lunch & enjoy the great outdoors!

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Another Roadside Attraction

Water cascades down a Smoky Mountains hillside, under branches and around moss-covered rocks. With a rainy weather system in place during my drive from North Carolina to Tennessee, low clouds were an obstacle of expansive views. So, I instead opted to take photographs at several different roadside stops – as seen here.

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Another Roadside Attraction

This photograph features Cane Creek. I was en route to Piney Falls – located at Fall Creek Falls State Park – when I saw a pullover area and couldn’t resist taking a closer look. You, too, can enjoy this scenic image on a print in your home or office – visit my shop at Pixels for more.