Black And White Steps

South Cumberland State Park

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.

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Stairs And Pillars

Enjoy my creative rendition of Angell Hall on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor, presented using the droste effect and an infrared photographic filter. See products at Redbubble & Pixels.

Stepping Back

It’s like I’m outside at a circus, looking through a dirty glass window, watching all the kids having fun inside…

Climbing tall ladders to reach high wires. Pulling a lion’s tail. Stepping on the oversized shoes of clowns.

In time, I turned back to pass between bended fence posts and begin my journey home – 10,000 steps.

© 2021 Phil Perkins

PHOTO CREDIT: this is a modified photo from unsplash.com.

Black And White Rock Wall

This black and white photograph would look wonderful behind a frame on a wall in your home or office – business lobby, cafeteria, etc. – and is available on a variety of print types in my galleries at Pixels and ArtFlakes. Come have a look…

Watch Your Step

If you’re following this concrete stairway into nature, I hope that you don’t mind getting your feet wet – watch your step! This photo was taken at the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, in Tennessee. Prints are available in my gallery.

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Black And White Rock Steps

This gritty, high-contrast black and white photograph features a series of rock steps on the trail at Piney Falls – located at the Fall Creek Falls State Park, in Tennessee. Prints available.