Black And White Tree Roots

On The Trail

I photographed this black and white landscape scene while hiking in the Cherokee National Forest, along the trail to Falls Branch Falls. This chaotic collection of roots belonged to a single tree.

Prints available.

Falls Branch Falls

Tennessee Waterfall

Located in the Cherokee National Forest near Tellico Plains, Tennessee, along the Cherohala Skyway, Falls Branch Falls stands 70-feet tall and can be enjoyed on a 3.1 mile out and back hike. Stop by my gallery and pick out a nice print for your home or office…

Cascade On Thunderhead Prong

This morning photography highlights a cascade on Thunderhead Prong, located near the trailhead of the Middle Prong Trail in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains, in Tennessee. If you might like a print for your home or office, then please visit my gallery at Pixels to review several available print types. Thanks!

Falls Branch Falls

Enjoy this waterfall on a wall in your home or office, by selecting one of many prints available in my gallery. Framed, canvas, poster…there are many options to browse, including customizations to make it your own. Falls Branch Falls is located in the mountains of the Cherokee National Forest of Tennessee, along the Cherohala Skyway.

Small Falls on Bruce Creek

Along The Trail


I photographed this small waterfall – approximately seven feet tall – while hiking along the trail to Triple Falls. Bruce Creek is strewn with boulders and provides visitors many scenic cascades.

You can discover a variety of different print types available with my photography, by visiting my shop at Pixels. Thanks!

Honey Cove Falls

Prints are available. This photograph features Honey Cove Falls, located in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, where Hove Cove Branch feeds into the Middle Prong Little River – downstream from Spruce Flats Falls.

Falls Branch Falls

Prints available.

Located in the Cherokee National Forest near Tellico Plains, Tennessee, along the Cherohala Skyway, Falls Branch Falls stands 70-feet tall and can be enjoyed on a moderately difficult 3.1 mile out and back hike.

Photographing waterfalls, I’m usually the first person on location, leaving home at 5:30 a.m. yesterday to drive 1.5 hours. This also means that I’m the one who knocks down all the spider webs across the trail, haha.

I visited the falls in November 2019 with a friend and her dog, at which time we had the area to ourselves, as did I yesterday. It’s a very peaceful place, and the pleasant sound of falling water echoes through the gorge and forest.

There are restrooms 7 miles from the park, at the Turkey Creek Overlook on the Cherohala Skyway, and a few separate scenic spots with picnic tables.

Print types available include canvas, framed, art, poster, metal, acrylic, wood and tapestry. Framed prints may be customized, also.

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Denny Cove Falls

Standing 70-feet tall, the picturesque Denny Cove Falls is located in the South Cumberland State Park, roughly 30 minutes from Chattanooga, Tennessee. It’s a 3 mile out and back hike rated as moderately difficult. Prints available.

Forest Bridge

Water rushes rapidly down the Middle Prong Little River, under a one lane bridge I photographed in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains, Tenneesse. There are many prints available in my gallery…

Black And White River

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This black and white photograph features the Middle Prong Little River, located in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee.

Waterfall In The Woods

Smoky Mountains


Following several days of heavy rain in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, visitors are greeted with an abundance of small waterfalls. Many are temporary and gone in only a few days. This particular falls remains throughout the year, though with less water flowing. Often, it’s a matter of timing & flexibility.

But, you can enjoy this picturesque scenery throughout the year, by selecting a print or other items from my online shops at Redbubble & Pixels. Perfect for the home or office!

Geological Interest

I shot this photograph downstream of Triple Falls, and was particularly focused on the interesting rock formations over and around which Bruce Creek flowed. If you’d like a print for your home or office, please visit my galleries at Pixels and Redbubble. Other items available, also. Thanks.