At the Twin Arches in Big South Fork National Park, in Tennessee, many gorges featured scenic sandstone bluffs. See my gallery at Pixels for more.
Enjoy this photography of a trail at the Twin Arches in Tennessee. Following along the contours of impressive sandstone bluffs, I was pleased to discover and explore this wonderful National Park. You can enjoy it, also – in your home or at work – by visiting my gallery at Pixels. Pick out a print and enjoy the great outdoors!
I photographed this interesting sandstone bluff at Twin Arches in the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, in Tennessee. The concave structure provided a ceiling, of sorts, extending perhaps 30 feet. Now, you can enjoy this geological structure in your home or office, available on a variety of different print-types to suit your wishes. See my gallery at Pixels for more!
This photograph features the sandstone caprock at Chimney Top Mountain, located at Frozen Head State Park in the Cumberland Mountains of Eastern Tennessee. If you’d be interested in a print for your home or workplace, then stop by my gallery at Pixels to review framed, canvas, art, metal, acrylic and wood print types.
A brook follows gravity down a mountain strewn with moss-covered rocks.
I shot this photograph along a trail on Mount Le Conte, in the Smoky Mountains near Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Now, it’s been added to my gallery at Redbubble.
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Enjoy this black and white photograph of large boulders strewn chaotically in a pile. See my gallery at Fine Art America for more.
This photograph features The Sinks, a powerful waterfall located on the Little River in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. If you’d be interested in a print for your home or office, then stop by my gallery at Fine Art America for a visit!
Here’s a video of The Sinks –
This black and white photograph of an old stone wall in a state of semi-disrepair might be the perfect compliment to new construction, or a freshly painted wall in your home. See more in my gallery at Fine Art America.
This photograph was taken at House Mountain, near Knoxville, Tennessee, and features a massive rock outcropping along the trail. See more in my gallery at Fine Art America. Thanks for stopping by!
As part of my House Mountain in Knoxville, TN series…
Part Four: Conclusion
It was a great day hiking House Mountain, and I certainly would recommend this as a day-trip for anyone in the area wishing to enjoy the great outdoors! Bring the proper clothing, water and camera – and prepare to rest along the way to fully enjoy the scenery. And, expect to be sore the next day!
Following 4 miles of hiking up the Mountain Trail (blue trail) and back-and-forth along the Crest Trail, I began the 1-mile decent down the mountain. Here are some photographs I took along the way…
It’s difficult to see, but if you look closely at Photograph 3 & Photograph 4, you’ll observe that the trail turns abruptly at times, usually associated with steep, rocky terrain. In a few instances, I had to pack my camera in order to free both hands for a safe descent around such turns on the trail. So, be careful!
Visiting House Mountain –
If you’d like to review my collection of House Mountain photographs as prints, then stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to have a look around! Thanks.
I plan to return to the mountain for another hike, probably along a different (red) trail…so, see you then!
This photograph was taken at the Admiral Farragut Park, located in Knoxville along the banks of the Tennessee River. I’ve added it to my gallery at Fine Art America – select from a variety of print types!
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Taken under an overpass, this photograph provides depth in a linear perspective via a layering of structural supports with rocks and segments of water. A variety of prints (framed, canvas, art, wood, acrylic and metal) are available in my gallery at Fine Art America.
Made of shock-absorbing synthetic rubber and polycarbonate, this OtterBox iPhone case provides the strongest protection in the slimmest case. It doesn’t interfere with wireless charging and has a screen bumper – a raised, beveled edge to protect the touchscreen.
Available to fit many different devices in optional shell colors. Simply select the series style that suits you – Symmetry (shown here), Commuter and Defender. Enjoy!
Enjoy this ocean scenery of waves crashing into a rocky shoreline. Based on a photograph with added effects for a vintage quality. Please visit my gallery at Fine Art America for more…
Enjoy this stylized, digital artwork of various random stones on a beach. Based on a photograph from unsplash.com, I used Adobe Photoshop, Affinity Photo and Filter Forge to produce to image. It looks great on a variety of different, fun products…
This macro photography features two pieces of sandstone from Marquette, Michigan, carved by children circa 1974. Now, it’s available on a variety of print types in my gallery at Fine Art America. Stop by for a visit to have a look around…
Enjoy this outdoors, wintertime capture of rushing water on the Little River, photographed in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Select a print of your choosing by visiting my gallery at Fine Art America – many options available…
This seagull rests on a rock at sea, hungry and waiting for a fish to swim by for lunch. But you don’t have to wait to enjoy a new picture on a wall in your home! Simply visit my gallery at Fine Art America and select one of many different print types available – framed, art, canvas, wood, acrylic and metal. Enjoy!
Enjoy this photograph of a beach filled with smooth stones, and a steep, rocky cliff. This landscape was shot in Michigan’s upper peninsula at “the cove” on Presque Isle in Marquette. Many print types – framed, canvas, art, metal, wood, acrylic – are available in my gallery at Fine Art America. Hope to see you soon!
Without reasonable explanation, the structure of Stonehenge has been transported to a coastal beach setting. Glad I had my camera handy to photograph this mysterious phenomenon! Haha. It’s also in my gallery at Fine Art America, where you can find a wide variety of unique prints for your home or office. Check it out…