Most often, steps are more fun to look at then to ascend. Case in point, these steps leading uphill from Foster Falls, at the South Cumberland State Park located in Sequatchie, Tennessee. Composed of some wooden but mostly rock steps, this black and white photograph might be the perfect accent for an empty wall in your living spaces, or perhaps serve as a gift.
Based on a photograph, this picture applies the droste effect to create a sensation of turning. If you’re experiencing vertigo, please make sure to firmly grasp the stairwell bannisters as you descend into a series of spinning frames. Then, visit my shops to purchase a variety of gifts and apparel items: Redbubble, Society 6 and Pixels.
In this haunted house, there are two sets of stairways but no exit. Yes, pretty scary. But fear not, as my shops at Redbubble, Society 6 and Fine Art America offer an escape into merchandise available for your amusement. Make sure to visit, if you can find your way out of this labyrinth 👻
Leaving Knoxville, Tennessee at 5:00 a.m., it was a 2 hour drive and I was the first person to arrive at the trail. By the time I returned to my vehicle, however, the parking lot was full.
If you arrive early, come prepared with the correct fee: an envelope with 16-quarters + a $1 bill isn’t easy to pass through the slot in the fee-deposit box. D’oh!
During my hike, I met several interesting people – a Pastor and his wife from Knoxville, a couple traveling on vacation from Ohio, and an individual from Marietta, Georgia, who was filming the canyon using a drone.
Despite being only 1.1 miles out and back, visitors must traverse 600 steps into the canyon. I was pleased that the trails were in good condition, and the hike wasn’t too difficult. For those in need of a rest, however, several benches have been conveniently situated along the trail.
If you’d be interested in a print of any kind, visit my shop at Pixels.