Over The River

Honey Cove Falls


Water rushes downstream in the Middle Prong Little River, with Honey Cove Falls situated behind trees in the background. This morning photograph was taken in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, in the Tremont section.

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Secluded Waterfall

Honey Cove Falls


Decorate a blank canvas wall in your home or office with a print of this picturesque secluded waterfall. Photographed in Tennessee while hiking in the Smoky Mountains, you can visit my gallery to discover a plethora of print types available to satisfy your interests – framed, canvas, art, poster, metal, acrylic, wood and tapestry. Enjoy the great outdoors, today!

Natural Beauty

Honey Cove Falls


This photograph features Honey Cove Falls, the terminus of Honey Cove Branch, where it feeds into the larger Middle Prong Little River. Located in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, I was able to do some creative rock hopping into the river for a closer shot. You can enjoy this picturesque natural scenery in your home or office – discover many print types available.

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Honey Cove Falls

This photograph was taken in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, and features Honey Cove Falls. I suspect that it would look great in a frame on an empty wall in your home – yes? If so, then visit my gallery at Pixels to discover a potpourri of print types available to suit your wishes. Thanks for stopping by!

Honey Cove Falls

Prints are available. This photograph features Honey Cove Falls, located in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, where Hove Cove Branch feeds into the Middle Prong Little River – downstream from Spruce Flats Falls.

Spruce Flats Falls

Located in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, Spruce Flats Falls stands 30-feet tall and can be enjoyed along a moderately difficult hike of 2 miles out and back. On the other hand, you can visit my gallery online to select a print for your home, office, business lobby or cafeteria setting – that may be easier. Hope to see you soon!

Hiking Spruce Flats Falls

Located in the Tremont section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, near Cades Cove in Tennessee, the scenic Spruce Flats Falls stands 30-feet tall and can be enjoyed by hiking a moderately difficult trail measuring two miles out and back.

There are several changes in elevation and rocky areas to traverse along the well-marked trail, so good hiking shoes are a must. Bears are sometimes present, though less so than crowds of people – it’s a popular spot to visit, so arrive early if you’d like to enjoy the area in a tranquil setting.

Presently, due to concerns regarding COVID-19, the park office and restroom remain closed. So too is the parking area, though a gravel lot directly across the bridge is convenient. Also, the plunge pool beneath the falls provides a nice spot to cool off – great for kids!

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If you’d be interested in a print for your home or office, you can visit my gallery to purchase any of the following photographs. Each product is manufactured at one of 16 global production facilities and delivered “ready-to-hang” with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

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Return To Spruce Flats Falls

Earlier Post: see also – Spruce Flats Falls

Following recent rains in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, I returned to Spruce Flats Falls for a two-mile (roundtrip) autumn hike. The trails were quite slippery, as were rocks around the waterfall, even more so with rain-soaked fallen leaves.

I arrived approx. 25 minutes in advance of an elementary school field trip, who immediately shattered the silence of an otherwise serene setting. But, I was able to capture several nice photographs of the area beforehand!

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Beautiful Waterfall

Following a one-mile hike along a rugged trail with elevation changes, visitors are rewarded with a view of this beautiful waterfall – Spruce Flats Falls. It’s located near Cades Cove in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, not far from Townsend. The main falls are 30′ in height, and the surrounding terrain is rocky but manageable.

I’ve added this photograph to my gallery at Pixels, where guests may discover an interesting assortment of print types – great for home or at the office!

Enjoy!