This abstract black and white, grunge-style structural passageway has a fork in the road. So, whatever you do, don’t miss your turn! And, stop by my shops at Society 6 and Pixels to see some cool products. Hope to see you soon!
Enjoy this abstract digital imagery featuring a three dimensional, reflecting metallic structure in hues of blue. See more in my shop.
Available in sizes S-XL, this all over print t-shirt has a printed front panel made of 100% polyester. The back & ringer are black in color and made of 100% cotton. Function. Style. Comfort. Enjoy!
Black and white photograph with interesting perspective of vintage structure that resembles a Pantheon. See more.
Macro sepia tone photography of the bottom of a very old glass bottle. This might look nice on a wall in your home? You can see more in my gallery at Pixels. Thanks for stopping by!
Enjoy this abstract artwork based on a photograph of the pier located in Hermosa Beach, California. You can enjoy this on a wall in your home by visiting my gallery at Pixels. Select between several different options available – framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and/or acrylic.
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Enjoy this abstract digital artwork featuring a structure of reflective bands of bronze metal. Guests can visit my gallery at Pixels to select a print for the home and/or office! Thanks for stopping by!
Earlier Post: Laurel-Snow Trail To Laurel Falls
This was my second visit to the park, and I’ll definitely be returning – there’s simply so much to see! My intent was to visit Snow Falls, a ten mile hike. However, soon after I began – at the first wooden bridge with a small creek – I opted to ascend the boulder-strewn mountainside, where to my delight I encountered a series of scenic waterfalls, as well as an old mine opening towards the top. This was difficult terrain but well worth the effort, though it added 2 hours to my hike…
Beyond an aluminum bridge at the 1.5 mile split, I headed left in accordance with the Snow Falls marker. Following another turnoff (stay right, as left leads to a campsite), I came upon a second creek crossing – an older metal bridge consisting of 3 fifty-foot connecting sections. Then, further along the trail, there’s an area which was poorly marked: rather than continue on the white blaze, hikers should make a short detour, following instead the orange ribbons posted on trees. This sidestep reconnects with the trail, which is clearly marked thereafter.
Missing this turn may cause hikers to spend the next twenty minutes scrambling up a steep mountain covered with slippery leaves. D’oh!
Thankfully, I found the trail again and continued on towards Buzzard Point…
While enjoying a great view to the east from Buzzard Point, I spotted several of these ugly birds effortlessly floating on thermal updrafts – 2 of which dive bombed me. Heads up!
After a brief rest to enjoy a peanut butter sandwich, I backtracked along the ridge on an old logging road which, at its terminus (a cable delineating property lines), has an unmarked trail into the forest at left. Thereafter, coming upon a fork in the path, I stayed left towards Morgan Creek (right leads to another campsite). To get to Snow Falls, one must cross the creek in order to rejoin the trail. However, the water was high, swift and cold…I waded in halfway to my knees, though could see I’d need to commit to crossing a depth over-knee deep (along a slippery, mostly flat rock surface under water), and bailed. Another time!
In summary, this was a very enjoyable hike of approximately 12 miles, though a rather long day. On the trail beginning at 9:45 a.m., I returned to my vehicle at 6:00 p.m., exhausted. Along the way, I shot a few more photographs of Richland Creek…
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Digital artwork of desert landscape with alien artifact revealed over time by drifting sands. It’s available in my gallery on a potpourri of cool products from the following categories: wall art, home decor, lifestyle, beach, greeting cards, stationary, phone cases, apparel and coffee mugs.
This stylized vintage photograph features the Tennessee Amphitheater, located in downtown Knoxville. See more.
Enjoy this abstract graphic art featuring a mirror image of buildings, with distortion from a glass sphere positioned at center. See more in my gallery at Pixels. Thanks for stopping by!
Enjoy this textural mirror image of concrete pillars, stylized from a photograph taken on the campus of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. See more in my gallery at Pixels.
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No cars. No bikes. No intergalactic spaceships. Like the sign says, no parking! This fun black and white collage is available on prints and more in my gallery at Pixels. Check it out…
This gritty black and white photograph of a bridge was taken near the University of Tennessee, in downtown Knoxville. It’s available on cool prints and more in my shop at Pixels. Check it out…
One could assume that a structure such as this might include a door. Or, not. Enjoy this design on wall art, home decor, lifestyle, beach, greeting cards, stationary, phone cases, apparel and/or coffee mugs.
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Available in four sizes, this nicely-styled messenger bag is perfect for commuting, bike trips, or traveling. Printed on super-durable polyester with a unique interchangeable accessories system, this bag is customizable inside and out. It’s water resistant and made by Rickshaw Bagworks in San Francisco, California. Thanks for shopping!
Customize this new geometric artwork as decoration for a wall in your home or office! Available in three sizes, two frame styles, four frame colors & three mat colors. Features premium perspex – clearer and lighter than glass. Enjoy!