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.

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.

Steps Into The Forest

Enjoy the great outdoors!

Visit my galleries at Pixels and/or Fine Art America to see more.

These photographs feature a series of stone steps leading into a forest of the Smoky Mountains, in Tennessee, as observed along the trail to the Chimney Tops: