Hemlock Falls

Waterfall In Georgia

The Cloudland Canyon State Park is located near Trenton, Georgia, and features many hiking trails, including one to the picturesque 90-foot tall Hemlock Falls. It’s located on the western edge of Lookout Mountain, on the Cumberland Plateau.

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Rocks In A River

Enjoy this black and white photograph taken in the Smoky Mountains, featuring many rocks – and a small section of metal drainage tiling – in a roadside river. Prints available. Thanks for visiting!

Rapids On Little River

This close-up capture of white water rapids was photographed on Little River, located in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, east of Townsend, Tennessee. Prints available through my shops at Pixels and ArtFlakes. Check it out…

Upper Baby Falls

This photograph was taken along the Tellico River in the Cherokee National Forest of Tennessee, upstream from a waterfall known as Baby Falls. If you’d be interested in a print, then I encourage you to visit my shop and select an option to suits your interests.

Upper Cane Creek Gorge

Autumn foliage lines upper Cane Creek gorge, located at the Fall Creek Falls State Park, on the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee. Prints available. Makes a great gift-giving idea, too.

Savage Falls

This beautiful waterfall is known as Savage Falls. Located in the South Cumberland State Park of Tennessee, it stands 30-feet tall, has a broad plunge pool, and can be enjoyed along a 3.6 mile out and back trail. Not in the area? That’s okay – you can enjoy this scene of nature on a print, available through my shop at Pixels. Many print types and sizes to select. Thank you for stopping by!

Back To Bald River Falls

Located in the Cherokee National Forest of the Southern Appalachian Mountains in eastern Tennessee, the scenic Bald River Falls stands 90-feet tall and can be viewed from River Road.

There’s a small parking area close to the bridge providing excellent views of this picturesque waterfall, and a stairway up the mountain joins a trail for interested hikers.

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Baby Falls

Standing 12-feet tall, the scenic Baby Falls is located on River Road along the Tellico River, in the Cherokee National Forest of Tennessee.

Visitors can enjoy the falls not far from the parking area and restrooms.

The best viewing area requires a short but steep descent on a rocky hillside.

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Emory Gap Falls

Located at the Frozen Head State Park on the Cumberland Plateau near Wartburg, Tennessee, the 20-foot tall Emory Gap Falls can be enjoyed following a 1.5 mile hike.

Pursuant to the weather system from Hurricane Zeta, several days of rain proved to be good timing for an autumn visit to the area, which is oftentimes drier. At 0.5 miles, the trail also passes by Debord Falls, a 12-foot tall waterfall which is a convenient spot commonly enjoyed by families.

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Mannis Branch Falls

Following sunrise at Luftee Overlook, I decided to take the long way home – a scenic drive along Little River Gorge Road. At a point beyond Laurel Falls, I happened to observe two small waterfalls, barely visible through the trees. So, I pulled over and parked.

After a short hike through the woods, I arrived at the edge of Little River and found a spot to take a few photographs. Doing so, I noticed a taller waterfall through the trees in the distance. Later, I would learn the name – Mannis Branch Falls.

So, I thought, can I safely cross the river, and, if so, where to begin?

The current was strong, and, each time I stepped, pressure from the power of moving water would force my foot and leg away from me, downstream. This meant that I needed to be certain that my back foot was securely planted before stepping – which first entailed determining where I could safely step, and that I should expect to have my balance tested during the process. Carrying a heavy backpack was also a consideration. In addition, the riverbed posed issues. It wasn’t easy to see through the white water. When possible, the darker areas represented larger rocks, and were very slippery. Lighter areas were safer footholds, though less common, consisting mostly of small rocks and sand. I found myself constantly trying to avoid having a foot slip between the rocks. During the crossing, I was grateful that I’d found a walking stick to help maintain my balance – and, I used two walking sticks on my return! Live and learn.

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What made this experience most fun was the fact that I just happened to stumble upon this particular waterfall. If you look at my hiking page, you’ll see that I’ve visited many falls in the area. In each instance, I’ve researched and planned in advance. On this day, I winged it – good weather, there was water flowing, the falls were accessible, I took some nice photographs and I didn’t fall. Success!

On The Road

I recently took a short road trip to the Norris Dam State Park, to enjoy some scenic driving along the Clinch River and surrounding area.

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