This is the Savage Gulf State Natural Area. Located near Beersheba Springs, Tennessee, in the South Cumberland State Park, hikers can explore nearly 16,000 acres of wilderness, with 50 miles of trails and several different waterfalls. Prints available.
Only one mile from parking, hikers at the Savage Gulf State Natural Area can enjoy expansive landscape views from broad cap stone bluffs. In fact, this spot immediately proceeds The Stone Door.
Prints and more available in my shop at Pixels.
This is the Savage Gulf State Natural Area, located near Beersheba Springs, Tennessee, in the South Cumberland State Park, where hikers can explore nearly 16,000 acres of wilderness, with 50 miles of trails and several different waterfalls.
Enjoy this view from the comfort of your home or workplace, but don’t get to close to the edge!
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PHOTO CREDIT: modified photo from unsplash.com.
Located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula on Lake Superior, this old Coast Guard Station served for many years as a beacon for maritime activity. If you’d be interested in a print, please visit my gallery at Pixels to select the print type best suited for your purposes.
Prints available. Located within the 15,590-acre South Cumberland State Park, the Savage Gulf State Natural Area has an abundance of beautiful scenery, such as featured here, not far from the Stone Door. Other hiking attractions include Lower Greeter Falls, Upper Greeter Falls, and Boardtree Falls, to name a few. It’s truly a great place to visit!
Prints. You’ll find many different print type to suit your interests, whether for the home or a workplace environment – including: framed, canvas, art, poster, metal, acrylic, wood and tapestries.
Playing in the Sand
This stylized, vintage image is based on a photograph taken on the sandy beaches of Lake Michigan in Holland, Michigan, as waves and cooler early autumn temperatures keep people ashore.
It’s often said that a person can never go home again; that is, everything changes with time. Memories fade, often becoming embellished and romanticized, and the environment from which recollections stem are also altered. Yet, with a refined sense of appreciation – and, at just the right moment – magic can happen.
This was my experience upon returning to the shores of Lake Superior, the place of my childhood, as seen here – outside the city of Marquette, in Michigan’s upper peninsula, along the beach near Little Presque Isle.
The dynamism of a shoreline governed by powerful forces of nature – i.e., Lake Superior – provided a compelling, beautiful visual and spiritual experience, beyond my reminiscence. A great day, indeed!